Mozilla is quick out of the gate at Mobile World Congress 2013 as the company announces a number of important updates to its HTML5-only operating system - Firefox OS - and, most notably, a list of 18 carriers that have pledged their commitment to the ambitious project.
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.
The Stop Online Piracy Act, SOPA, has split the technology industry. Dell, Microsoft, MacAfee and others want it passed to protect their copyrights while Google, Yahoo!, Twitter, and Facebook believe it to be a threat to the free web. But just what is SOPA?
Google Chrome is well on track to becoming the world's most popular web browser as it eclipsed Mozilla Firefox's global market share during the month of November for the first time. Globally, Chrome is now the second most-used browser behind Internet Explorer as it maintains a strong lead, according to StatCounter aggregated data from more than three million websites.
Facebook, Google, Yahoo!, Mozilla, LinkedIn, Twitter, eBay, AOL, and Zynga have jointly written to the House of Representatives' Committee on the Judiciary to "express concern" at the proposed SOPA bill.