Linked by David Adams on Tue 23rd Dec 2008 16:40 UTC, submitted by judgen
Internet & Networking Most Firefox users don't realize that Firefox's current existence is owed almost exclusively to its search partnership with Google wherein Mozilla Corp receives a portion of ad revenue from Google queries initiated from Firefox's search bar. This revenue amounts to tens of millions of dollars. Internet users the world over, who are currently reaping the benefit of a renewed browser war with exciting innovation instead of Microsoft-dominated stagnation, can thank Google for that state of affairs. But now that Google has itself entered the fray with Chrome, what does that mean for the Firefox/Google relationship?
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Reinventing the wheel :(
by microFawad on Tue 23rd Dec 2008 18:27 UTC
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Google must not had developed there own browser because they are replicating the effort for the development of completely new browser.
FF is open source as everyone know so they must participate in the development of FF instead of developing there own browser. That way FF will become better open source browser to compete with IE, Safari and Opera

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