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Mozilla Launches Gaming Lab

Along with all of your productive and useful websites out there, gaming websites or online games often get tossed to the wayside.  You know what though? Supporting games and independent developers is just as important as supporting the guys making the awesome website applications we all know and love.  With that said, I am happy to see Mozilla has launched the new Mozilla Labs Gaming.

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Is Firefox Coming to the PS3?

Firefox Coming to the PlayStation 3?

One can only hope. According to several web sites that heard about it from a friend, who knew a friend, who was feeding the dog of a guy who might have worked at Sony, the PlayStation 3’s web browser might be getting a big upgrade, to Firefox.

Well turns out is was a possible rumor, then not so possible, but might be in the works?  Here is the first leak of information from psinsider:

We recently received a tip from a source very close to Sony who says that they have been in talks with Mozilla lately about possibly porting Firefox over to the PS3.

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Bringing the God of War to Firefox

Are you a big fan of the God of War series of video games?  If so, another big fan has made a Firefox theme for you to use.  Check out the new (and obviously named) God of War theme for Firefox.

Firefox of War? Nice New Theme!

Overall, I really like the detail they went into with this theme, it looks like no menu was left un-turned.  However, the icons (even in small icon mode) are still pretty large and in charge.  If they could edit those down some, this one would rank up there with some of the other great video game inspired Firefox themes.  Here is a closer look at some of the icons that have been customized for this theme:

Kid Tested, Kratos Approved

With a little tweaking, this theme could be number one.  So if you like God of War, and you like Firefox themes with big interfaces – then, you have found your perfect theme to use. You can pick up the God of War theme for Firefox over at the Firefox Add-ons web site.