After it sells its phone business to Microsoft, Nokia will concentrate on its Here mapping services, its NSN network-equipment business, and licensing its technology and patents.
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.
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.
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.
New statistics show Google's browser could well bump Firefox as the second-place PC browser. Android's browser is gunning for Opera Mobile's position.
Mozilla's Electrolysis project, which divides Firefox into multiple processes, is designed to help make the browser feel faster. Also coming: 64-bit support and better memory use.
CNET takes an in-depth look at the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act, backed by Hollywood and opposed by the largest Web companies and civil liberties groups.
New Firefox versions now will emerge every six weeks as Mozilla tries to be more competitive. That's too rapid for some, but Mozilla is willing to leave them behind.
They aren't the only way advertisers and other companies track us, but third-party cookies are the most prevalent Web-tracking technology. Their benefit to users is questionable.