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Try and block those pesky ads on your Android device with Adblock Plus

Ads are annoying, we all know it, but they serve a purpose. Regardless of the purpose served, these ads cause frustration with just about everyone due to slow loading times

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Mozilla Updates us on Honeycomb-Optimized Tablet Experience

As many of you know Mozilla has continued to evolve their webs browser for Android phones over the last few months, adding new and awesome features every time out.  And

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Incredibly Fast Firefox 4 Beta Released, Features Nearly 100 Add-Ons

The Mozilla gang has released another version of their Firefox 4 for Android. Improved speeds, performance, reliability and a growing list of add-ons are making for a great web browser alternative.

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As Promised, Fennec Alpha Comes to Android

An early look version of Mozilla’s Fennec mobile browser has been around for quite some time now, but the Firefox developer has come out and released an alpha version today.

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Pre-Alpha Release of Firefox Mobile (Fennec) Available

A very early look at the upcoming Firefox Mobile “Fennec” browser is now available to Android users thanks to one the developers behind the project.  Before you go running off

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Early Build of Firefox Mobile (Fennec) Sneaks Out [VIDEO]

A member of the AndroidForums named MartinSchirr has released a very early look at the forthcoming Fennec web browser for Android. Admittedly slow and buggy, it still gives users a

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Firefox Development Underway for Android

It seems that Mozilla has begun work in earnest on building Firefox for the Android platform.  Citing sources from the German Firefox community, Softpedia says that Mozilla is working with developers

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Mozilla Ignores Firefox Mobile for Android

Your favorite desktop browser is finally going mobile. Unfortunately, Android users will have to go without. Hey Mozilla – what gives?