Tech Today w/ Ken May

Firefox updated to support 3D games, video calls and more

Posted by kenmay on June - 25 - 2013

The latest version of Firefox (22) is full of big new features. Most notably, the latest update adds support for 3D gaming ( care of Epic Games ), for video and voice calls as well as file sharing “without the need to install additional software or use third-party plugins,” and for a new version of JavaScript that Mozilla’s calling, “supercharged.” Mozilla’s even got a 3D game for you to play called BananaBread , so you may put the company’s claims through the wringer. Should that not be enough for you diehard Firefox devotees, there’s also a thrilling update that’ll show download progress on OS X directly in the Dock icon. Take a breath and a seat, and maybe download the latest Firefox build right here when you’ve cooled down. Filed under: Internet , Software Comments Via: The Next Web Source: Mozilla Blog , Release Notes

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