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Firefox 4 Goes 3D in Beta 8

Firefox 4 3D Graphics

Firefox 4 Beta 8 has been released and continues to show us all the promising world that Firefox 4 will deliver once the final product has been released. Along with patching a few glitches and holes, this recent beta also brings better support for Firefox Sync, expanded support for 3D graphics in the browser and a revamped Add-ons Manager window. 

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Do Not Track Button Coming to Firefox

Cookie TrackingBy early next year, Mozilla promises that cloaking your internet activity will become much easier.  Technology that supports something like a "Do Not Track" button will be delivered soon.  So what is this all about and doesn’t Firefox already keep people from tracking you?

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Find Bugs and Earn Cash from Mozilla

Bug Hunting for MozillaLooking for a way to make some extra cash? Mozilla has expanded their bounty program for finding flaws in Mozilla-based products (like Firefox and Thunderbird) to their websites and web applications too.  You can earn anywhere between $500 to $3,000 for bugs you find that are high severity or critical vulnerabilities.

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Meet the Firefox Cubs

Check Out the Firefox!Mozilla has gone out and adopted two female Firefox cubs that make their home in the Knoxville Zoo.  These red pandas (and newest Tennessee natives) are the two newest members of the Mozilla community.  Now, you can watch these two Firefoxes play, frolic and be cute over at Firefox Live.  Over the net few months, they will be streaming the red pandas live and around the clock.

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Rollback Your Bookmark Collection

Bookmark Restore Help

Backing up and restoring your bookmarks in Firefox is a pretty easy thing to do.  However, did you know that Firefox has a way you can rollback to a previous day’s bookmark backup?  This can save you a lot of heartache if you have accidently deleted a folder of useful bookmarks and you need to get them back in a hurry.

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Firesheep Buzz

firesheep in action

There has been a lot of buzz about a Firefox add-on named Firesheep.  I have kind of ignored the topic for some time, but after getting a few emails from Firefox users asking what it is about – I thought it might be time to shed some light on the topic – so that all Firefox users know it is out there.  Firesheep snoops fro cookies, and then allows others to log into websites as you if you are browsing on an open wireless network.

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Rainbow: Firefox Audio / Video Recording

Firefox RainbowMozilla Labs is up to reinventing how we use the browser, yet again.  The latest innovation, Rainbow, will bring video and audio recording to Firefox.  The Rainbow add-on for Firefox is a really early developer prototype that lets you see how easy it could be to capture audio and video using only a few lines of JavaScript. 

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How to Install Firefox 4 on a Thumb Drive

Install Firefox 4 on Thumb Drive

Everybody seems to be raving about how great Firefox 4 will be, but have you seen it yet? By installing a portable version of Firefox 4 on a USB thumb drive, you too can test it out and see if you like this latest innovation from Mozilla.

Here is a step by step guide on how to install Firefox 4 on a USB thumb drive.

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Game On with Mozilla

Mozilla Gaming Contest

Mozilla Labs has started it’s first international gaming competition, Game On 2010.  All developers of all experience levels are invited to take part in the fun, to create games for the Web.  Game developers have until January 11, 2011 to get their entries in.

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