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[News] Free (Libre) Web Browsers in Review, New Features Overviews

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Major update, Fennec, Test Pilot, Bespin, Service Week, MozCamp, Web L10n,
Camino, and moreâ

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| In this issueâ
|     * Major update coming to Firefox 3
|     * Mozilla VP on Firefox Mobile
|     * Become a Mozilla Test Pilot!
|     * Bespin 0.4 released


10 Firefox Add-Ons Small Businesses Canât Do Without

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| By now, youâve probably discovered how delightful the Firefox Web browser is 
| to use while surfing or working on the Internet. One of its best features is 
| that itâs easily customizable by using add-ons to add extra functionality. 
| Here are 10 favorites that make getting things done a little easier, more 
| efficient, and fun.    


Chrome gets bookmark sync with version 4.x


Hands on: bookmark sync lands in Chrome developer builds

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| Google's Chrome Web browser has gained experimental support for bookmark 
| synchronization. Users can sync their Chrome bookmarks between computers and 
| access them in any browser through Google Docs.  


Surfing Since 1991: The Evolution of Web Browsers

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| Firefox has found more than a niche market by giving users near endless 
| customization, and Apple's Safari purports to run circles around everyone 
| else (it doesn't). And then there's the cornucopia of alternative browsers 
| and browser shells, like Flock (Firefox-based) and Avant (IE-based).   



Netscape Founder Backs New Browser

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| Mr. Andreessen appears to want a rematch. Now a prominent Silicon Valley
| financier, Mr. Andreessen is backing a start-up called RockMelt, staffed with
| some of his close associates, that is building a new Internet browser,
| according to people with knowledge of his investment.


Report: Andressen Invests in Browser Startup RockMelt


Is Chrome OS Too Orwellian Or Big Brother-ish?

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| Weâve talked and complained about Google on many other occasions within this
| blog, but with many discussions of Google also comes discussions of privacy,
| and the fact that Google aims to distribute an operating system should be no
| different - that is to say, not only is Google open to almost everything we
| do on the Internet, but the giant will also be the only thing sitting between
| users and hardware with Chrome OS.

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