Surf the Web, block pop-ups, and keep spyware at bay with a lean and fast open-source browser.
Mozilla's mobile operating system, unveiled at Mobile World Congress, won't win over many iOS and Android faithful. But it's credible for low-budget feature-phone owners.
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If only for the speed, lightness of being, and security alone, Firefox remains our Editors' Choice for best Internet browser.
With its failure to stop the mobile-software dominance of Google and Apple, Mozilla loses relevance and the Web grows a little weaker.
Firefox maker Mozilla aimed to upstage Apple and Android on mobile phones, but scrapped its alliances with Verizon and other carriers. That's where a new contender comes into the picture.
The organization once banked on the millions that Google paid for search traffic from the Firefox browser. Now it relies on Yahoo, Baidu and others, and it expects revenue to grow.
Mozilla's browser is now available for folks on Apple's mobile operating system, but it's going up against the tried and true Safari.
The new Tracking Protection tool in Mozilla's Firefox browser stops websites from tracking your activity, and some ads may not show up on the page. Also, Samsung deals with security bugs in the Galaxy S6 Edge, and Microsoft tests Cortana on iPhones.
The browser's Tracking Protection tool stops websites from following your activity, causing some ads to not show up on the page. Also, Samsung deals with security bugs in the Galaxy S6 Edge, and Microsoft tests Cortana on iPhones.
The new version of Firefox paves the way for faster, safer browsing and strips websites of ad technology used to follow user behavior.
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