Last month, Mozilla revealed that it would offer a paid version of its popular Firefox browser. Now a page on Mozilla’s site confirms it will cost $4.99 per month for ad-free access to some as yet unnamed journalism websites.
Firefox is showing that a mistake is just an opportunity to learn a new lesson. In a blog post, the company detailed how expired certificates caused armagadd-on earlier this month and what it has learned from the incident.
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Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge is shaping up best for enterprise users, but that doesn't mean it offers nothing at all for the consumer. But what's clear is that right now, nobody really knows.
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Do web advertisements have you frustrated? Mozilla is here to help. The latest version of the browser will soon block auto-playing videos by default and will also help make web page scrolling smoother.
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