So, just to spice up the rumour about a Google/Firefox web browser: Google has introduced functionality that will enhance searching
with Firefox and Mozilla browsers. Is this just a result of a good
collaboration of the two, or that they unite in their struggle against
Microsoft? Or is it maybe some preparation before an upcoming launch of
a special Google browser, based on Firefox with lots of extra Google
For obvious reasons, people speculate what Google’s and Firefox secret fling is.
I was also pondering about this in The future of Google.
What is Google cooking with Firefox?
Will there be a Google Firefox?
Your first and third link 404, fyi.
I don't see why Google would want a Google Firefox. Their own browser might be more understandable, though seems unlikely. Either way, it's quite intriguing.
Hey, that snippet slipped under my radar! Thanks for sharing at 456 🙂
BTW, first and third links are dead now.
I don't know what Google would get out of it, but they do want to be the provider of everything digital to as many people as possible. Firefox definitely has something to gain from it.
Thanks for telling me about the dead links, it's an old post. Links are now updated.
The URL of the Google Blog article has changed. It's now at http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2005/03/enhanced-s….
Thanks, the link is updated.
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