Mozilla Marketplace will be online in a few weeks to take on Apple App Store and Google Play Store
Improvements in three key areas promise to make Mozilla's browser considerably faster.
Microsoft is taking heat from browser rivals about banishing them from some Windows 8 tablets, while other vendors announce platforms for Windows 8.
Analysis: Mozilla says that Apple banning Firefox from iPads and iPhones is OK, but Microsoft restricting the browser from using some features on Windows 8 tablets may be illegal.
Thanks to a new patch, memory consumption can be reduced by as much as 400 percent, Mozilla says.
Mozilla is complaining that Internet Explorer will be the only browser on Windows RT allowed to run in the traditional desktop environment. Here's what that means.
Faster page loads are on the way, as is heightened browsing security.
Windows users will no longer need to give permission each time a browser update arrives.
Mozilla this week began blocking outdated versions of a Java plug-in in Firefox for some Mac users.