"As we turn the corner to 2010, Mozilla is seeing massive
breakthrough success as a mainstream browser, but is going to be
struggling with Google for market share in 2010. According to some
stats, Firefox lost market share in November to Chrome. It's too
early to say that's a solid trend, but if I were making predictions
for 2010, I'd say that Firefox and Chrome will be in a dead heat by
July for market share. If Microsoft is smart, it'll back Mozilla
and start talks to replace Google as the default search engine when
the Google/Mozilla deal expires in 2011.
"Firefox 3.6 is supposed to ship this year, but with another
beta released this week, it seems unlikely to make it out the door
"Firefox 3.5 was released in June of this year and has been a
solid release, but most of the real excitement around Mozilla this
year has been from Mozilla Labs. Weave has been nearing a release,
JetPack is gaining interest, and Ubiquity's interface for working
with Web tasks will help Firefox leapfrog the competition if it
gets into a widespread release."
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