Browser Aims to Open up the Web
The key developers behind forthcoming changes to the Firefox browser reveal their plans for how the popular program will change. The difference between online and offline, the web and the desktop will blur in the near future, Mozilla's Mike Schroepfer has said.
The vice-president of engineering at the home of the Firefox browser said small changes to the way the web works will have a big impact in the coming years.
"Things that are impossible or hard to do now, will be possible or very easy," he said.
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