Seems that Mozilla is working hard for the next mobile operation system, Firefox OS. This Open Source project is based on HTML5 language and will appear on Mozilla smartphones. Firefox Mobile will be ready from 2013.
Mozilla has unveiled Jetpack, a project to make Firefox add-ons easier to code and deploy.
Most importantly, from a user perspective, Jetpack will allow new features to be added to the browser without a restart or compatibility issues, resulting in little to no disruption to the online experience.
As with all Mozilla Labs initiatives, Jetpack is an open source project and everyone is welcome to participate in its design, development & experimentation.
Surfing the web in Private Browsing Mode there is not trace in your pc about what pages did you open or cookies files, also you don’t have to worry about clearing the History. But this doesn’t mean that you can use to hide your IP or anonymous surfing. Just to be clear!
The pre-release versions of Firefox 3.1 bring a new feature in this browser, the Private Browsing. This feature was introduced also in Chrome, the Google browser. The web browser usually records a lot of data while you surf webpages. For example, it records a history of all the web pages you have visited, so that later if you need help remembering a site you visited a while back, it can assist you in finding that site. Switching to Private Browsing no data will be stored on your computer and nobody can trace your online activities.
Fennec is the name of the mobile version of Firefox by Mozilla. The first alpha release is available for the OS2008 (“Maemo”) software platforms that runs on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablets. See how to install. But if you don’t have an N810, don’t worry because a version for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux is avalable.
This screen shot is taken from Firefox just type about: and below I want to show you a list with all Firefox about info, and some Easter eggs.
The first one is:
Displays BloatView output (disabled in release builds).
Here we are with:
Shows the malware protection page used when the browser identify some page as not safe for viewing. (Firefox 3-specific).
Shows the arguments and options used to compile the build in use
Download this file by pressing the Download button located in the bottom of this page.
Rename the file you just downloaded from this page from .zip to .jar
Go to Tools>Add ons and click over the "theme" tab. Then drag your renamed zeline2 file to that window. Wait for installation to end.
Restart Firefox. You’re done.