The Firefox app for Android has long been a useful mobile web browser for those who are always on-the-go. We've seen different versions already and Mozilla will only continue to update the app as long as the Android platform
Remember that Webmaker program that lets you make a webpage on your smartphone? The app which we first learned about last June is finally out of beta mode. Webmaker by Mozilla can now be downloaded by everyone so you can start
Mozilla still hasn’t given up on its browser product Firefox, which is good to know. Competition is still needed in this part of the game, and it’s good that Mozilla can still keep Google on its toes. Mozilla is currently
Back in the day when the World Wide Web aka the Internets were just starting, building a website was a huge challenge. Codes may not be complicated yet but since only a few people knew web design and development, creating one
If you're pretty satisfied with Android (although of course, you probably have a wishlist), then you probably will not want to experiment with other operating systems anytime soon, unless you buy a new second (or third)
There are still people who use Firefox as their browser on both desktops and mobiles, although that percentage is growing smaller and smaller by the year. Last year (2013), that percentage was 20.09%, if the guys at Statcounter
Sending content from any mobile device to your TV is possible with Chromecast or Roku. Another way is to use Firefox for Android to view content from your smartphone or tablet straight to your TV as long as they are supported.
We knew it won’t be long before somebody takes on the Chromecast. This Chrome-based WiFi stick will soon be rivaled by a Firefox OS powered one once its developers are done raising funds. Continue Reading...
It’s not just downloaded videos or those that you get from subscription streaming services like Netflix that you sometimes want to show on a second screen, most likely a TV screen. Sometimes, you see something on your web
Since more and more people access the Internet through their smartphones and tablets, mobile browsers are now in a race to capture the users’ loyalty. While most people prefer the ubiquitous Chrome or Opera or even their