Is Google Burying Firefox With User Agent Strings?

What’s The Story?

I’ve been using Google Chrome for Linux since it was first made available. I use Gmail, Google Docs (now Drive), Google Plus, Google Adsense, Google Analytics, Google Music, and many more. I am the original owner of an original CR-48 Chromebook, having received mine way back in Dec. 2010. I promote Google services at work and have worked hard to point my business??? compass towards their entire suite of offerings. I use a Samsung Nexus S with an official build of Android 4.04 and I’m only interested in official devices moving forward.

At the same time, I have been gently treading a fine line between complete faith and trust in Google and fear of the Orwellian future they are capable of realizing for us all.
What did you find?

I recently switched from Kubuntu 12.04 to Ubuntu 12.04 for production. I had planned on doing so as soon as The Gimp 2.8 was released. Well, it’s here and I’m happy. After freshly installing 12.04 4 days ago, I decided that I would try to use Firefox for a change and see what it has to offer. I haven’t used it actively since the early 3.x era and I was sure that I???d find something to like about it. Things have been working out great when I’m accessing a non-Google page. Very early on, I started seeing a lot of this???