Internet Software and Services
Company Overview of Mozilla Corporation
Mozilla Corporation provides Internet solutions. It offers Firefox, a Web browser; Thunderbird 2, an email application; Raindrop, a prototype messaging tool, which enables users to manage a stream of messages coming from sources, such as Twitter and Facebook into their email; and Rainbow, a developer prototype that brings video and audio recording to Firefox 4. The company also provides Bugzilla, a bug tracking system that helps users to manage software development; Camino, a Web browser; SeaMonkey, an application containing a Web browser, HTML editor, and Web development tools, as well as solutions for mobile phones; and Firefox 24, a mobile browser that enables Android users to conduct Web...
650 Castro Street
Mountain View, CA 94041-2021
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Mozilla Corporation
President of Mozilla Europe Operations
Senior Vice President of Mobile Devices
Senior Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Mozilla Corporation Key Developments
Firefox OS Launches in More Countries Across Europe
Nov 29 13
Mozilla kicked off a second round of Firefox OS launches starting in October with Deutsche Telekom’s Congstar in Germany. Followed by a wave of launches in Latin America in October, Firefox OS phones have also launched in more European markets recently. In the last few weeks, Deutsche Telekom started offering Firefox OS phones through Telekom in Hungary and COSMOTE in Greece. Earlier this year, Deutsche Telekom launched Firefox OS phones through T-Mobile in Poland. Telenor announced that their first Firefox OS phones went on sale in Hungary last week and sales begin in Serbia and Montenegro now. The Norway-based operator also announced plans to bring Firefox OS phones to Asia in 2014. Firefox OS is now available in thirteen countries with more coming soon. Mozilla is working with operator, hardware and developer partners around the world to offer more choice and control in the mobile industry with Firefox OS. Firefox OS smartphones are the first devices powered completely by Web technologies to deliver the performance and personalization want in a smartphone with a beautiful, intuitive and easy-to-use experience that is unmatched by any other phone.
Mozilla Announces Firefox 26 Gains Click to Play for Plug-ins, Except for Flash
Nov 1 13
Mozilla announced its upcoming Firefox release will land key security features that could protect users from malicious plug-in content. Mozilla is out now with a beta release of its upcoming Firefox 26 open-source Web browser, providing users with a preview of technology—including a key security change—that will become generally available before the end of the year. The Firefox 26 beta follows the release of Firefox 25 earlier this week, which included 10 security fixes as well as new Web audio capabilities. With Firefox 26, Mozilla will be providing a key security control that it has lacked—the ability to limit plug-ins from automatically loading and running in a user's browser. Browser plug-ins include various media players and content handlers that let browsers run video and other forms of dynamic content. Click to play as a browser feature is not new to the Internet and is already implemented in other browsers, including Apple's Safari 7. The Firefox 26 implementation of click to play is different from the Apple Safari version in at least one key area—Flash. By default, Firefox 26 will not require the Adobe Flash plug-in to be subject to the click-to-play control. As such, Flash content will continue to load on Firefox browsers, as it always has. Nightingale added that the Firefox 26 user interface is focused on allowing users to use plug-ins on the sites that matter, such as their banking and gaming sites, without exposing them to risk of infection in the rest of their daily browsing.
Mozilla Releases 10 Patches for Three Versions of its Firefox Browser
Oct 30 13
Mozilla released 10 patches for three versions of its Firefox browser. The Mozilla products affected are Firefox 25, Firefox ESR 24.1, Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR) 17.0.10, Thunderbird 24.1, Thunderbird ESR 17.0.10, and Seamonkey 2.22. Among the flaws fixed were several memory safety bugs in the browser engine, which is also in Mozilla's Thunderbird email client and Seamonkey, a suite of applications and web development tools.
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