Firefox 4 Mobile may be new and its add-on catalog small, but that doesn't mean that there aren't some excellent extensions available. This collection of essential add-ons will get you started.
Sick of the hipster photo filters? Adobe's new iOS version of Photoshop has a $4 Camera Pack with noise reduction and a self-timer.
Clear out everything but the primary content on a Web page, track the amount of time you spend working versus goofing off, and remind yourself to take a stretch break.
Developers of the open-source browser say Skype's Firefox toolbar slows page loads and is a top cause of crashes, so they are blocking it.
CodeTwo Outlook Export creates an Excel file containing only the information you specify from your mail, contact, calendar, and other data folders.
A new add-on called Thunderbird Conversations is available to those who want a more Gmail-like experience while using Mozilla's e-mail program.
Mozilla programmers hope to release the first beta version of Jetpack, Firefox 4's new foundation for customization through add-ons, on Monday. It won't be feature-complete, though.
ZScaler's Blacksheep and the Electronic Frontier Foundation's HTTPS Everywhere extensions for Firefox alert you when someone is using Firesheep to capture your sign-in information.
Owners of the discontinued sets who have the ability to watch content in 3D, but don't have the adapters to pull it off, can now do so with the help of a kit from Tru3D.
IE remains the most widely used browser, and version 8 is much safer than its predecessors; these six free add-ons help IE 8 users avoid malware and other Web dangers.