Google has agreed to pay a whopping $300 million to Mozilla to make Google the default search engine for the Firefox browser. The contract is set for the next three years, giving Mozilla a hefty payday of just under $1 billion. The price may be pocketchange for Google, helping deepen its lead over Bing and Continue Reading →
If you’re a big user of Twitter, you’ll want to download Mozilla’s newest update to its web browser, Firefox 8. The update integrates with Twitter and allows users to search the social network from the navigation bar. Other new features include preventing websites from installing unwanted add-ons. Read the full article at Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Verizon is offering new customers double the amount of data for the same monthly fee. The limited time offer is valid with the purchase of any Verizon 4G LTE phone. If you were looking to get a 4G phone, Verizon’s special is a hard price to beat. Continue Reading →
Do Not Track
Both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox will include “do not track” preferences that allow users to opt-out of advertising. Google’s opt-out program works with 50 advertising companies that chose to self-regulate; Mozilla has created an HTTP header that will alert websites of the opt-out status. The changes come shortly after the FCC’s recent push for Continue Reading →
                   If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Watch Shelly’s commentary on YAHOO’s (NASD: YHOO) executive exodus and it’s potential impact on the search business. MOZILLA released its new FIREFOX 3.0 browser the other day to record downloads. The browser was downloaded 8,290, 545 times in 24 hours. Continue Reading →