With this release, hypothetically, you could run a full version of Photoshop on a Kindle Fire. Or Autodesk 3ds Max on an iPhone. "We will close this gap with the native stack," says Mozilla's CTO.
Mozilla is taking action against Gamma International, makers of spying software FinFisher. The company says FinFisher is masquerading as its FireFox browser to trick people into trusting it.
Opera plans to sue a former employee that it claims gave competitor Mozilla trade secrets about its browser products.
While Google's Chrome web browser has seen substantial gains in worldwide market share in the past few years, Internet Explorer still holds a steady lead in workplace usage, according to a new Forrester report.
Released as developer preview units, the Geeksphone models are called Keon, priced at $119, and Peak; which was selling for $194.
Editor's Pick CISPA author Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) says he hasn't heard of one U.S. company that opposes CISPA. We've heard of four.
Kovacs spoke today at the D: Dive into Mobile event in New York City and talked on a number of topics, including the upcoming Firefox OS, the potential for Firefox on iOS, and why he is leaving the company.
Mobile may be in at Mozilla, but CEO Gary Korvacs is out.
Watch out, Webkit -- Samsung and Mozilla are gunning for you.
Concerns over Nitro Vs. UIWebView are preventing Mozilla from bringing the best possible version of Firefox to iOS.
Mozilla is releasing Firefox OS based on idealistic web principals and is betting that will attract developers.
Mozilla's mission to put inexpensive smartphones in the hands of more people is getting some significant support from manufacturers and carriers.
Mozilla has released a new build of its web browser that conforms to the design of Windows 8, a sign that a full release could be coming soon.
With most smartphone makers endlessly obsessed with high-end devices sporting bigger and better specs, Mozilla's focus on low-end devices with Firefox OS is simply refreshing.
Google no longer trusts a Turkish digital certificate distributor after the organization issued two "intermediate certificate authorities" that would allow anyone to impersonate a website.
Editor's Pick Modal pop-ups! Crazy typography! Larger-than-life images! Here's all the best -- and worst -- from web & mobile design in 2012.
Editor's Pick It's not all developer drama. Every story has a moral. Here are the seven most important lessons we learned in 2012.
The past 12 months have been a coming-to-fruition of a few key endeavors the Mozilla Foundation has been putting its heart and soul into for years.
Guest Post A recent VentureBeat post outlined a series of reason why HTML5 failed to deliver in 2012. But here are five reasons to look forward to HTML5 in the new year.
Facebook chat, notifications, and updates that follow you everywhere you go on the web, right in your web browser, is a cool idea. What's even cooler is how Mozilla and Facebook actually built it.