PDF.js is a well known script that renders PDF files with HTML and JavaScript successfully. It can be installed as an extension but the latest nightly version of Firefox 14 ships with PDF.js built in.

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Microsoft has created a new application class to accommodate third party web browsers, which would have had a tough time working solely with the restrictive WinRT API. Mozilla and Google are two browser developers that have already confirmed working on a Metro edition.

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After remaining undefeated for four consecutive years, Google Chrome was finally taken down this year by hackers at Pwn2Own and Pwnium. Zero-day vulnerabilities present in Chrome were used to bypass the browser’s sandbox.

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Google Chrome already runs Adobe Flash in a sandbox, and the Pepper API will allow it to go cross-platform with its plugin support. Moreover, the Pepper API will provide Flash for both x86 and x64 installations, although Adobe killed Flash for x64 Linux desktops back in June 2010.

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Smooth Scrolling comes to Google Chrome. Google Chrome now has a feature which allows users to Scroll Smoothly on webpages.

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A quick look at more than a dozen of the new features planned for Firefox in 2012.

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Mozilla has announced that it is working on a Metro version of Firefox that will feature a simplified UI that is optimized for touchscreen devices like tablets.

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New version of Google Chrome continues its focus on speed and security, by fixing twenty security vulnerabilities, and introducing omnibox pre-rendering and safe browsing.

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Overall, this is an excellent move by the German Government to make its users secure. Germany sees a market dominated by Firefox at 51% and IE at 24%, and there are only 14.3% Google Chrome users, currently.

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Mozilla has brought anotification system called Push Notification, using a JavaScript API. It has also improved on Google’s notification system, and will push notifications for all websites, irrespective of whether they are open in a tab or not.

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Firefox 10 is the first “Extended Support” version of Firefox, ensuring it will get support and security patches for the next nine release cycles. Moreover, it also has slight UI tweaks and many bugfixes.

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The New Tab page on Firefox is similar to the new tab page of Chrome, where it will showcase your most visited websites in a Speed-dial like interface. This puts your most visited websites in a 3×3 grid where you can drag and re-position the tiles.

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Mozilla is bringing major changes into Firefox making it future proof. From being notorious for its memory leaks and slow speed, Firefox has emerged as the challenging player it used to be. ESR will make it enterprise ready once again.

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Microsoft Releases HTML5 Version of Cut the Rope for Free

Thanks to Microsoft’s partnership with ZeptoLabs, the popular mobile game Cut the Rope is now available as a free HTML5 game.

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Google will have to shell out a minimum of $300 million every year for the privilege of being Mozilla Firefox’s default search engine.

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