Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich resigns amid anti-gay stance

Monday, April 7th, 2014
Mozilla Foundation, the company behind Firefox browser, has announced its co-founder Brendan Eich has resigned as its CEO. In the official company blog, Mozilla chairman Mitchell Baker said that their CEO, the creator of Javascript, left his position voluntarily. This comes after it has been revealed that Eich contributed $1,000 in 2008 to support Proposition 8, a ballot initiative in California that defined marr

Google Renews Contract With Mozilla Firefox

Friday, December 23rd, 2011
After quite some time of being in some sort of limbo, the Google –Mozilla partnership is still alive and well. Google has recently renewed its online search partnership deal with Mozilla Firefox. This was recently announced by Mozilla and said that the new deal is good for another three years in which Google will still be the default search engine for the Firefox browser. Although the details of the three-year d

Firefox And Bing Partnering Up With Search Deal

Friday, October 28th, 2011
It seems that Microsoft Bing may be getting a formidable partner in its aim to shave up Google’s huge market share in online search. It has come up with a new search deal with Mozilla Firefox. The deal was briefly announced in Bing’s Blog. While Bing Search already has a search deal with Mozilla by integrating its search engine on the Firefox browser along with other competing search engines like Googl

Google Chrome Closing In On Firefox

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011
Google is certainly the company that merely rests on its laurels after it has achieved so many things. It is still trying to establish a bigger presence in whatever industry sector it tries to get into. Although its lead on online search may be quite daunting at present, the same can’t yet be said for its other products, notably that of the Google Chrome browser. But it is certainly getting there, even if it

Mozilla Makes $104 Million In Revenue

Friday, November 19th, 2010
It seems that many tech companies, at least those belonging to the top tier ones, seem to be enjoying better business. One of them is the non-profit Mozilla. According to its recently published “The State Of Mozilla” report, the organization has made $104 million in terms of revenue for the year 2009. It seems that everything is going up for Mozilla which saw a 34 percent increase of their revenues as

RockMelt: The New Social Web Browser

Monday, November 8th, 2010
The World Wide Web has its share on online browsers that users can choose from. But it seems that despite this, there are others who wish to stake a claim on the market alongside the likes of Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera. One such company is offering a beta version of a new Web browser called RockMelt. With several Web browsers that users can now choose from, many might