Topic: mozilla

SD Times news digest: July 23, 2014—One huge Windows platform, Privacy Badger, Firefox 31, and more

All major versions of Windows to merge into one Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed that the company has plans to unify all major versions of Windows into one operating system, according to Business Insider. “This means one operating system that covers all screen sizes,” Nadella said to analysts on the quarterly conference call, according … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 3, 2014

Rust 0.11.0 is released, learning to code by playing cards, and Google’s DevArt Gallery … continue reading

Mozilla implements W3C EME specification in Firefox

The W3C EME specification is required in order for users to watch content restricted by DRM on Firefox … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Mozilla’s Chris Beard named interim CEO

Mozilla announces insider Chris Beard will be joining the board of directors and be acting as interim CEO … continue reading

Newly appointed Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich steps down

Prop. 8 donation controversy leads to company cofounder’s early departure … continue reading

Mozilla halts development of Firefox for Windows 8

Due to “flat adoption,” Mozilla is choosing not to ship Firefox 1.0 for Windows 8 “Metro” Modern UI … continue reading

Firefox OS support added to Apache Cordova

Developers building applications using the Cordova framework can now release them on Mozilla’s mobile OS … continue reading

Mozilla Rust 0.9 released

Update to programming language adds support for static linking and LTO … continue reading

CES: The gadgets, the gizmos

From chips to wearables to celebrities, all manner of technology popped up on stage and the show floor … continue reading

Panasonic and Mozilla to Collaborate on New Firefox OS Open Platform for Next Generation Smart TVs

The companies have agreed to form a partnership to develop and promote the new Firefox OS, an open platform based on HTML5 … continue reading

Tooling in the golden age of JavaScript

While consensus builders try to complete the ECMAScript 6 spec, some big names are vying for maturing JavaScript coders … continue reading Protection Status