Mozilla announced updates to its wide variety of privacy-focused features and services.
This summer, gamers will be able to download Firefox Reality, Mozilla’s browser for VR and augmented reality (AR), from SteamVR.
Mozilla plans to stop websites from distracting you with automatically playing audio or videos in an upcoming version of its Firefox browser.
Mozilla announced that Firefox 55 will enable the WebVR API by default starting this August. The specification aims to increase ease of access to VR content to more users.
Mozilla launched Common Voice, a crowdsourced project aiming to democratizing voice recognition technology so that small companies can use it to compete against bigger technology players.
Mozilla launched Firefox 54, which brings brings a more advanced multi-process architecture compared to the one introduced in Firefox 48, while claiming to use the least memory out of all browsers.
Mozilla announced that the latest version of Firefox (53) supports the "WebExtensions" cross-browser system for extensions.
Mozilla recently announced a budget smartphone for Africa in partnership with Orange. The phone is called the Orange Klif and will cost only $40.
Mozilla and their partner Intex Technologies are bringing the first Firefox OS phone to India, called Cloud FX, at a low price of only $33.