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No More 404s! Resurrect dead web pages with our new Firefox add-on

“Have you ever clicked on a web link only to get the dreaded “404 Document not found” (dead page) message? Have you wanted to see what that page looked like when it was alive? Well, now you’re in luck.Recently the Internet Archive and Mozilla announced “No More 404s”, an experiment to help you to see archived versions of dead web pages in your Firefox browser. Using the “No More 404s” Firefox add-on you are given the option to retrieve archived versions of web pages from the Internet Archive’s 20-year store of more than 490 billion web captures available via the Wayback Machine.” (via Internet Archive Blogs)

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Firefox for Google Android: A Hands-On Tour

PCWorld – “Android users, listen up: Firefox has finally arrived for your phone. Well, almost. Mozilla released an early build of its mobile browser, codenamed Fennec, for Android phones this week. The browser is described as a pre-alpha build, meaning it’s still heavily under development and far from being a final product.”

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Introducing the Mozilla State of the Internet Report

Mozilla Blog – “Today, the Mozilla metrics team released the first ever State of the Internet report. With more than 350 million people around the world using the Firefox Web browser, we are careful to ensure the data we collect is fairly limited and feel compelled to share what we’re able to extract from that data.”

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Rock Your Firefox

Rock Your Firefox – “Firefox Add-ons let you experience the Web the way you want to. Here you’ll discover some of our favorites. Give them a try to see how much better your Web can be”

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7 Ways To Become More Productive With Firefox Tabs

A great list from MakeUseOf

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