Firefox OS Unleashes the Future of Mobile

Barcelona, Spain – Mobile World Congress – February 23, 2014 – Mozilla, the mission-based organization dedicated to keeping the power of the Web in people’s hands, demonstrated the breadth and growth of its Firefox OS open mobile ecosystem at a … Continue reading

Mozilla Showcases First Year of Success with Firefox OS at Mobile World Congress 2014

The only independent smartphone OS to launch in multiple countries will demonstrate the next generation of its HTML5-based platform. San Francisco, February 18, 2014 – Mozilla is pleased to confirm it will be attending, exhibiting and speaking at this year’s … Continue reading

Pearson, edX, Educational Testing Service, Workforce.io, and more to align with the Open Badge standard

Today, we’re proud to announce a number of major educational and workforce development organizations including Pearson, edX, Educational Testing Service (ETS), Workforce.io and more have committed to adopting the Open Badges standard. This news was announced today at the Open … Continue reading

Revenue Diversification the Mozilla Way

As a Mozillian, I’m proud that each new product discussion begins by asking whether it creates value to our users. It is a part of who we are and is what makes us different. Our initiatives are always aimed at … Continue reading

How We’re Making Education More Like the Web

Today, as we hold a historic badge summit, the Open Badges Summit to Reconnect Learning, in Redwood City with more than 300 people, I wanted to reflect on why Mozilla got involved in badges, and what it is we’re building. … Continue reading

Introducing Mozilla Firefox Accounts

Mozilla is a trusted organization, founded on a mission to promote openness, innovation and opportunity online. We move the Web forward as a platform for developers and the industry by building technology in the open to evolve and promote standards … Continue reading

Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund: Supporting Local Innovation in Chattanooga and Kansas City.

  Exploring the potential of advanced networks Today we’re proud to announce the launch of the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund—a project in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF) and US Ignite, that will support local innovators in Chattanooga and … Continue reading

Firefox Adds New Social Partners

Firefox is built for how you use the Web and we’ve been working on ways to expand our social integration in Firefox to quickly and easily connect you with your friends and family. Last year, we launched with Facebook as … Continue reading

Restore Trust on the Web

Today is Data Privacy Day, an international holiday that raises awareness and promotes education for managing our personal information online. We celebrate this day every year, but its purpose has never felt as important for all Internet users as it … Continue reading

Remembering SOPA/PIPA

Today marks the two-year anniversary of the SOPA/PIPA blackout, the day the Internet went dark in protest of draft American legislation that would have damaged the global open Internet. Mozilla pulled out all the stops to join this virtual protest. … Continue reading

Mozilla and Partners to Bring Firefox OS to New Platforms and Devices

As Jay Sullivan details in this blog post, Mozilla is bringing more choice and control to the mobile industry with Firefox OS. Today, we are pleased to announce some news about the expanding Firefox OS ecosystem as we fill the … Continue reading

Firefox OS: Looking Ahead

Last year was the 15th in Mozilla’s history. It’s also the year we launched Firefox OS. As we kick off a new year, it’s a good time to reflect on the status of this major initiative, and share an overview … Continue reading

Mozilla in 2013

What an amazing year for the Web. In 2013, we celebrated 15 years of Mozilla and 15 Years of a Better Web, which we’ve been instrumental in innovating and shaping to keep open and accessible to all. We wanted to … Continue reading

Calling Firefox Beta Testers: Create an Interactive HTML5 Game for the Holidays

Mozilla & Goo’s Game Creator Challenge With the Game Creator Challenge, Mozilla and Goo are looking for budding game creators to show us their creative genius. The Game Creator Challenge is open to anyone, from those who’ve never created a … Continue reading

First 3D Commercial Web Game Powered By asm.js Unveiled

Play Monster Madness to see how it leverages asm.js, a supercharged subset of JavaScript and Web Port of Unreal Engine 3 for a slick, plugin-free multiplayer experience Earlier this year, Mozilla and Epic Games showcased Unreal Engine 3 running in … Continue reading

Open Web Device Compliance Review Board Launches with Backing from Global Mobile Leaders

Earlier this year, Mozilla was joined by partners from across the mobile ecosystem to introduce Firefox OS, the first devices powered completely by open Web technologies. Firefox OS smartphones are now on sale in 14 countries in Europe and Latin … Continue reading

New Home Screen in Firefox for Android: Access Your Information in a Single Tap

We’re always working to give you more choice, customization and control over how you browse the Web. The new Firefox for Android Home screen helps you navigate the Web quickly and gives you easy access to all your browsing history … Continue reading

Unleash The Game Creator in You By Entering Our Holiday Gaming Competition

Prizes totaling $45,000 are up for grabs   Can you create an even more enticing interactive game demo than our Jetpack Santa? We bet you can and to help you create it, we are partnering with Goo Technologies for Mozilla … Continue reading

Firefox OS Launches in More Countries Across Europe

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 … Continue reading

Roll Up Your Sleeves, It’s Time to Save the Web

I was a punk rock kid. It wasn’t just the music I loved, but the “make it yourself” part of that culture. It was open to anyone who could pick up a guitar to bust out a tune or use … Continue reading