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Gal, recruited six years ago by former CTO and short-lived CEO Brendan Eich, brings continuity to the nonprofit organization's top techie job.
In a fiercely competitive marketplace, Mozilla gives up on its hope to release its overhauled browser this year.
Redmond has gradually restarted its browser development. With the preview version of IE9 now available, it shows that work to be back at full steam.
By showing its first glimpses of technology in Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft also is showing it's serious about building a competitive browser.
Some heavy lifting has been done to move Chrome to the 64-bit world. It's Linux-only for now, though, and don't expect doubled performance over 32-bit versions.
Chrome is lightning fast. According to one influential observer, this alone may lead him and others to dump Firefox.