Posts Tagged ‘Firefox’

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get WhatsApp Web dark mode right now on Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Continue reading... »

Here’s Microsoft Edge Vs Google Chrome Vs Firefox web browser battery life test on Windows 10 to see which one comes out on top.

Continue reading... »

Here’s how you can replace Facebook’s boring Reactions emoji for something more eye catching, like Donald Trump pulling an array of strange faces, or perhaps something a little more Pokemon related.

Continue reading... »

The wait is over. You can now download final version of Mozilla Firefox web browser for iOS on your iPhone or iPad right now!

Continue reading... »

Here’s how to install Firefox OS 2.5 Developer Preview experimental app on your Android device to experience and test drive Firefox OS.

Continue reading... »

Mozilla Firefox web browser for iOS is now available to download as public preview on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but unfortunately, the app is currently only available on the New Zealand App Store. Luckily, there’s a quick and easy way of accessing the New Zealand version of the App Store and download the app right now from any where in the world.

Continue reading... »

Mozilla has just flipped the switch on the first public preview version of Firefox web browser for iOS. Mozilla first announced Firefox for Apple’s iOS in December last year. It was followed up by a beta release to a select few testers in May this year.

Continue reading... »

While all of the attention has probably rightly been on Microsoft’s release of Windows 10, the problem following the upgrade to Microsoft’s latest operating system is that some of your apps can look a little out of place. While Microsoft has shipped its new browser, Edge, alongside the much maligned Internet Explorer, some people still want a new and updated version of their favourite third-party browser instead. The folks at Mozilla know that, which is why they just released Firefox 40, a newly updated Firefox that’s all ready for Windows 10.

Continue reading... »

Mozilla Firefox web browser for iOS has been released to select beta testers. Those interested on how to get in on the action can read the details here.

Continue reading... »

It wouldn’t be too harsh to say that Mozilla’s entry into the world of the smartphone hasn’t been the kind of huge success that its fans may have hoped. Firefox OS is, at this point, barely relevant to a market that is dominated by Android and iOS. If Microsoft can only hope to make up the numbers, how can anyone expect Firefox OS to compete?

Continue reading... »

It seems that the team behind the popular Web browser Firefox may be working on an iOS version of the app according to new reports.

Continue reading... »

Mozilla, the company best known for its work on the extremely popular Firefox Web browser, has used this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to showcase an affordable, entry-level smartphone. The company has taken the opportunity to show off a functioning prototype of the $25 smartphone that will be targeted at emerging markets and the developing world. We’ve known for quite some time that Mozilla were on a mission to create a truly affordable smartphone that would benefit individuals in rising markets, but this early-stage prototype running Firefox OS is the first example of the progress made so far.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories