The tech company launched a VR social network, accessible on any browser, where users can hang out as avatars in virtual worlds
Since most headset manufacturers are using their own browsers, Mozilla plans to create an open-source one that's easy for all developers to work with
The Glass Room is not what it seems, illustrating the pitfalls of our constantly connected Information Age
PSFK helps to find some substance amidst the hype in Europe’s Silicon Valley.
Ahead of our PSFK CONFERENCE 2013, Emily Goligoski of Mozilla Open Badges talks about how increased education is the key to excelling in tech.
The Mozilla Open Badges project allows workers to visually depict their skills and share through social media.
Mozilla and Disconnect.me are experimenting with creating an iconography for websites that makes it easy to understand what online surfers are agreeing to when they browse.
Mozilla Popcorn Maker lets you add social feeds, photos, maps, and even Wikipedia links to web content.
Mozilla debuts Social API on its browser that integrates social networks with regular websites.