"Mozilla Corp. plans to release public beta of Version 3 of its
Firefox browser in late spring, with added features to include
standardized support for running Web apps like mail and office
suites when disconnected from the Internet. The new version will
also offer Places, a revamped bookmarks and history manager that
was bumped from the current version of Firefox, Version 2.
"Mozilla expects to ship the final version of Firefox 3,
codenamed Gran Paradiso, in the autumn, said Brendan Eich, chief
technical officer for Mozilla..."
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