The simulator is an extension that runs in Firefox and lets users check out how the operating system will work.
We can't fathom why you would want to do this, but in this How To video, CNET editor Seth Rosenblatt shows you how to make your brand-new Firefox 4 look like 2008's Firefox 3. Don't say we never do anything for you.
The technology, also called H.265 and the successor to H.264, promises to double video quality for better streaming and higher-res TV. But it'll come with a patent burden, too.
TechRepublic editor Jason Hiner tells the back story of Motorola's Webtop software, which just may give Google a big advantage in the brave new world of post-PC devices.
AT&T announces it will acquire T-Mobile just as the wireless world gathers in Florida for the annual CTIA trade show. Also: Hackers exploit chink in Web's armor.
Downgrade instructions and an AppleScript patch for iWeb-created page issues.
Firefox 3.0.19 is the end of the line for the browser version that debuted in 2008. Also released to fix security problems: Firefox 3.5.9 and Thunderbird 3.0.4.
Security and stability updates will finally come to an end with the release of Firefox 3.0.19, due out March 30.
The beta update, for Windows only, can automatically translate Web pages it detects are in a different language. Also: new extensions work.
The newest version of the open-source browser won't arrive this year, and a major update might not arrive until 2011. But there are plenty of features coming.