All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
This weekend, Mozilla unleashed an early version of Firefox 3.6. We've tested it, and not only is it the fastest Firefox ever, it's almost as fast the first version of Google Chrome
Users of the 2010-era browser won't be prompted to upgrade to the new Firefox 7 until Mozilla is sure its servers are up to the task.
A large swath of people using an older browser could climb aboard Mozilla's rapid-release train when they're prompted to upgrade starting today.
The difficulties of supporting some new architectural features on old chips mean Firefox 4 probably will work only on Intel-basd Mac computers.
People using a nearly 2-year-old version of the browser now are being nudged to upgrade to Firefox 8. Welcome, all you slowpokes, to Mozilla's fast-release plan.
Firefox 3.6 has arrived, bringing with it a speed bump and a new feature to make your browser as butt-ugly as you want
Mozilla expects to release a snappier version of Firefox in January. Next, version 3.6.5 is planned for this quarter with a significant crash-proofing feature.
Firefox 3.6, designed to be faster than 3.5, is nearly done. Mozilla has released the first release candidate for the open-source Web browser.
The new browser won't let new third-party add-ons run until users give the say-so, and it suggests old ones be disabled. Also: Twitter search and a tab tune-up.
The latest Firefox 3.6 beta likely will be the last. The new browser is due to bring Personas, file-handling, and new security features by the end of 2009.