Mozilla Firefox

Comedy
"The Daily Show" is making his tweets “eight again.”
Tech
You can add the "Forget Button" right to your toolbar. And once you do, you can access it and "forget" your history instantly
Media
We Cuban users, fortunately, had not expected the American company to be allowed to access the program from a national Internet Provider.
Business
Millennials are no longer content to simply buy something useful. They want to know that the company they are supporting lives their values.
Queer Voices
Those who call gay people intolerant for defending ourselves are twisting the concept beyond recognition. Civility is a virtue; but tolerance does not require us to treat a relentless assault against our rights as citizens like a disagreement at the dinner table.
Queer Voices
A number of political pundits have expressed their disapproval over the surprise resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich
Tech
Mozilla has apologized for not addressing the controversy quickly enough and said it was wrestling with the conflict between
Comedy
Well, this week certainly had its ups and downs. On the upside, Spring FINALLY decided to pay us a visit. On the downside
Queer Voices
In an interesting twist, Eich and his company are now apparently being targeted by a prominent anti-gay figure. Robert George
Business
OkCupid's decision to take a stand for gay rights is not only morally appropriate, but also good business.
Queer Voices
"With thousands of people spanning many countries and cultures, diversity is core to who we are," the statement continued
Tech
[h/t Google Operating System via Gizmodo] You can see what the feature looks like below: But for those web surfers with multiple
Tech
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has been charged with espionage after disclosing the agency's surveillance programs
Tech
Spearheaded by the Internet Defense League, a 30,000-member group of Internet activists and websites, the Restore The Fourth
Tech
The online ad community has been up in arms since late last month when Mozilla announced its new policy that would block third-party cookies in Firefox by default, cutting out ad networks from being able to track online browsing behaviors.
Tech
The Do Not Track opt-in option will be a part of the major web browsers by the end of this year; when websites will follow suit is a far different story and may take months or years to happen. But this is a burgeoning privacy issue.
San Francisco
For many visitors to Berlin, Germany, the remnants of the Berlin Wall have become the city's largest tourist attraction. For Mozilla, they will be part of its newest office.
Teen
Technology isn't something I was interested in in until recently. In fact, the word "technology" didn't become a part of my vocabulary until I became a student at Hudson High School of Learning Technologies.
Business
Volkswagen Firefox Levity aside, Raszl may be on to something. As design critic Steven Heller argues, "logos should be simple