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Download Firefox Beta 4 for Android

Mozilla has rolled out Beta 4 of its Firefox browser for Maemo and Android devices. It boasts faster page-load times, better JavaScript handling, reduced memory usage, and support for restartless add-ons that are currently making their debut in the desktop version of the Firefox 4 beta.
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Download Firefox 4 Beta 9;Final Version Is On Its Way

Mozilla has just released the latest version of Firefox 4 Beta.The new version is beta 9.There aren't any new or exciting features with this release -- just tweaks and bug fixes. The bookmarks and history code has been overhauled, which will improve browser startup and bookmarking speed.Mozilla developers also published the first work of Firefox 4…
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Firefox 4 Will Be Late Untill 2011

Firefox is one of the most popular browsers out there and it is always working on new features and upgrades for the browser.The beta version of firefox 4 will be landed soon but the final version which was said to release next month will be late.
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Mobile Firefox Now Available For Android 2.0 And Above

Mozilla's new mobile Firefox, codenamed Fennec, has been released in its pre-alpha version on Android 2.0 and above. But this release is essentially a debug one, with unoptimized memory utilization and some quirks rebooting the app when it's started and when add-ons are installed, but it is at a stage where the developers felt they could get useful…
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Firefox 4 – Updates, Roadmaps And Changes So Far

Developers and users alike are pretty interested these days in knowing what the Mozilla developers are up to with the new Firefox 4 browser. A product roadmap was released by the foundation giving information on when to expect the next big thing: Firefox 4. The report details that Firefox 4.0 is due to arrive in either October or November of 2010…
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