Tuesday, May 12, 2009

HW #12 – Article 9

Article title:

The Future of Firefox: No Tabs, Built-In Ubiquity


This is a short article introducing the new features that Firefox, the browsers, may look like in the future. As I mentioned in my last article that every big web company in the industry was building their own "desktop interface". Mozilla has tried to turn Firefox into an operating system, or a multimedia file system like iTunes. Several interesting features and the way the browser implementing have been mentioned. They are Tree Tabs, Tiny Menu and 'awesome bar'. At the end of the article, a video clip that shows how these features work is included.


The features that showed in the clips is awesome and inspiring. Think about it, a browser contain a translation feature that translate more than 60 languages and continue to search with that language, calculator, a pull down extension with interactive searching, and the extension can change to a separate window that plays video or music. I am exciting with the video clip itself and definitely want to find out more about these features.

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