Web Browser

(redirected from Mozilla)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Mozilla: Mozilla Firefox

Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
References in periodicals archive ?
Firefox OS brings the freedom and unbounded innovation of the open Web to mobile users everywhere," said Gary Kovacs, CEO, Mozilla.
According to reports, the new deal requiredGoogle to pay Mozilla almost $300 million annuallyto keep its search engine the default in Firefox.
Mozilla introduced many innovations, such as content sidebars, that were later copied by other web browser designers.
ActiveState's release of the first application built on Mozilla is a watershed event for the open source movement," said Tim O'Reilly, Founder & CEO of O'Reilly & Associates.
The Mozilla Marketplace enables developers to create and distribute applications that work across HTML5-enabled devices and operating systems (OS).
Mozilla has announced project Quantum, kicking off a major overhaul of its web engine to deliver a faster browsing experience by the end of 2017.
It was already known that Mozilla was working on Firefox for iOS but it was unclear when the browser would be released.
12 -- Mozilla has announced a new site 'MozVr' that helps show off the virtual reality capabilities of the Web.
After a pair of data disclosures were reported last month, users of the Mozilla Developer Network and Bugzilla testing system have been asked to update their passwords.
Despite complaints from advertisers, Mozilla is moving ahead with its (http://www.
Mozilla has confirmed details of itsFirefoxmobile operating system which it plans to launch next year.
Mozilla, a champion of open source internet tools and software, has confirmed that the OS will use its Firefox brand and will power the launch of smartphones built entirely to open Web standards, where all of the device's capabilities can be developed as HTML5 applications.