Good ol' Firefox.
It’s curious that it’s taken Mozilla this long, but hey—better late than never.
If not now, when?
Resetting your web browser can squash annoying bugs, clear out dodgy and outdated extensions and fix all sorts of problems. Here's how.
It can be hard to know if and when you might have been impacted by a data breach. That is, unless you’re a Firefox Quantum user.
Called 'Privacy Not Included,' it aims to help people choose safer tech products
With fresh data breaches surfacing nearly every day, it’s impossible for one person to keep track of it all. Starting soon, however, millions of users will be able to do just that.
Mozilla announced today that it’s offering five-figure grants to researchers and creatives studying the impact of artificial intelligence on society.
Sponsored Pocket stories are not new, but their presence in most Firefox users’ browsers will be.
Open up Facebook in its own container.
The patch takes care of an exploit in Firefox’s user interface code that made it possible to for an attacker to run unsanitised HTML on a user’s computer.
Based on a hidden option found in the latest Firefox beta, Mozilla may start calling out websites that are still clinging to HTTP.
Firefox have decided to reverse the decision to auto-install a plugin promoting Mr Robot to users' browsers after a wave of particularly negative feedback.
Mozilla justified its decision to include the extension because the show promotes user privacy.
We now carry so much of our digital lives around with us in our browsers—here’s how to make sure you take everything with you when you jump from one to the other.
Well, virtual leaflets. They don't have enough paper to do it for real.