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Thunderbird email client gets shelved, sort of
Mozilla will no longer be releasing feature updates to its open-source email client Thunderbird, but instead will focus on products that provide a “source of innovation and of leadership in today’s internet life” – like Firefox OS.
Firefox 8 released, complete with integrated Twitter search
Firefox, the world’s second most popular browser (soon to be third), has graduated to version eight, adding Twitter search support and greater third-party add-on control.
Mozilla Foundation establishing a community in Ireland, here’s how to get involved
The Mozilla Foundation, the non-profit organisation behind the world’s second most popular web browser Mozilla Firefox, are in the process of establishing a community here in Ireland. The organisation are inviting anyone that may want to get involved in the Mozilla movement to an event that will take place in Dublin this Wednesday, November 2nd.