The e-mail team behind Mozilla's Thunderbird has begun building what it hopes will be a universal communicator for e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, and more.
Mozilla has long been associated with the Firefox browser, but recent announcements suggest that it has staying power in messaging.
Mozilla Messaging, while about to release the Thunderbird 3 desktop e-mail software, also is turning its attention to cloud computing with its Raindrop project.
There are umbrellas, and then there are awesome geeky umbrellas that play rollicking 8-bit tunes as rain drops on them.
Apple's Mail program offers a weak alternative to Outlook, but a host of open-source efforts aim to change that, if their fragmented attempts don't cancel each other out.
Mozilla will continue to develop the standalone e-mail software, but a lot of the new attention focuses on Web-based communications.
The peripherals maker is out with its new Fantasy Collection, a series of mice, keyboards, Webcams, and more in various colors and designs.
Two electronics titans target each other, waging war over your wrist.
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The revenue growth rate tapered off to 5 percent from 12 percent the year earlier. A search deal with Google still supplies the bulk of the Firefox backer's money.