Not even two months have passed since the release of Firefox 3 and Mozilla, the foundation behind the popular browser, already started to gather ideas for future products.
After almost a month since the start of the code freeze for the development of Firefox 3, a post to the Mozilla DevTeam on May 10th announced that the code for Firefox 3 has been completed and the first Release Candidate version of the popular browser will be probably made public in late May.
Adobe announced that the beta version of the 10th version of the popular Flash plugin is available for download.
PayPal is planning to start blocking users to access its services if they have older versions of their browser that do not support anti-phishing features. This decision is part of the big strategy that the famous on-line payment system provider is pushing in order to protect users from phishing attacks that would compromise their account.
Apple decided to change strategy on delivering its browser Safari to Windows users; instead to offer it by default with the Quicktime and iTunes updates, it is now offered as choice under the “New Software” category.