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OS X Yosemite: Explained

OS X Yosemite was shown off at WWDC 2014 on June 2 and will be released sometime in the fall. In addition to new features like Today view and Extensibility widgets in Notification Center, a better, smarter Spotlight, iCloud Drive, enhanced functionality in Mail, Messages, and Safari, and Continuity with iOS 8, OS X Yosemite brings interface and experience refinements to Apple's desktop operating system, similar in spirit if not exact execution to the iOS 7 makeover of 2013 — interface depth and translucency effects, textual clarity and other elements to improve the overall user experience.

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Mozilla Working on iPhone App. Don't Hold Your Breath for Firefox

This weekend GigaOm brought word that Mozilla was working on an iPhone app. Of course, thoughts turn immediately towards their most famous product -- Firefox. However, Apple doesn't allow 3rd party code interpreters and that means no Gecko HTML renderer and no TraceMonkey Javascript engine. And again, I don't think there's any need for Mozilla to make a WebView wrapper...

So what else is there? Browser link sync? The iPhone will sync Safari links, or Internet explorer on Windows, but syncing links for Firefox users is thus far unsupported, and no doubt many would love to have that functionality:

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