SearchMash: Google Reborn

Move over Google, there’s a new search engine in town! What’s that? SearchMash is Google? Never mind then, scratch that… It doesn’t make a difference really, stop going to Google.com because that’s not the place to get answers nowadays. SearchMash … Continue reading

Forcing Firefox Extensions to Work on Newer Versions

One of the biggest issues people have with Mozilla/Firefox extensions (besides security vulnerabilities) is the required version field that indicates which versions of Mozilla/Firefox that particular extension will run on. While that may at first seem a nifty feature, anyone … Continue reading

Firefox Copy & Paste Bug: (Not) Fixed!!

Ever since we expressed our frustration and outrage about what was potentially the most annoying bug in Firefox to date, several big and small websites around the web picked up the cry, and a flurry of activity ensued on the … Continue reading

On the matter of Firefox and memory leaks…

Recently our original article/rant on Firefox’s legendary memory abuse has seen an increase in comments and views; and I had intended to post the following comment in light of the article’s rebirth and the ensuing discussions in the comments. The … Continue reading

Firefox 3 is Still a Memory Hog

One of the biggest “improvements” that Mozilla claims has made its way into Firefox 3 is improved memory usage, in particular, the vanquishing of memory leaks: Memory usage: Several new technologies work together to reduce the amount of memory used … Continue reading

Firefox 1.5 Beta 1

All these changes… It is more than obvious to someone who hasn’t been hiding in a bomb shelter for the past six months, or enjoying an extended vacation in the Bahamas, that Mozilla is refusing to go down to IE 7, not without a fight. Continue reading

Firefox 1.5.0.4 Fixes the Copy & Paste Bug at Last!

Today Mozilla has celebrated the release of Firefox 1.5.0.4, right after the release of Bon Echo Alpha 3. While everyone is talking about the new in-your-face Google Anti-Phishing Features bundled with Firefox (perhaps more on that later), we’re far more … Continue reading

Firefox 2.0 Recap

Besides the ugly new theme, the convoluted “too-cool” first-run website, and the myriad of half-baked features that Firefox 2.0 brings to the scene, there’s a couple of not-so-welcome policy changes in Firefox 2.0 that make us wonder what’s going on … Continue reading