“… It appears that things will get a lot easier for Mozilla and its user base in the next time as Cisco just announced that it will release a free open source H.264 implementation along with binary modules. …” Source: Ghacks Details Cisco to release open H.264 codec. Mozilla to integrate it in Firefox
Just Released None Coming Soon October 29th Thunderbird ESR 24.0.1 Thunderbird 24.0.1 Thunderbird 26 Beta (25.0b1)* Thunderbird 27 Earlybird (26.0a2)* Future Releases December 10th Thunderbird ESR 24.0.2 Thunderbird 24.0.2 Thunderbird 27 Beta (27.0b1)* Thunderbird 28 Earlybird (28.0a2)* * As part of the new Rapid Release Schedule,dates listed for Earlybird and Beta builds reflect when the code merge is set to begin. The actual release to that particular channel may vary by several days.
Just Released None Coming Soon October 29th Firefox 25 Firefox for Android 25 Firefox 24.0.1 ESR Firefox 26 Beta (25.0b1)* Firefox 27 Aurora (26.0a2)* Future Releases December 10th Firefox 26 Firefox for Android 26 Firefox 24.0.2 ESR Firefox 27 Beta (27.0b1)* Firefox 28 Aurora (28.0a2)* * As part of the new Rapid Release Schedule,dates listed for Aurora and Beta builds reflect when the code merge is set to begin. The actual release to that particular channel may vary by several days.
Finally after years of being held hostage by Macromedia/Adobe’s Flash Plugin, Firefox will no longer be dependent on this annoying and often times mischievous plugin to display Flash type content come Firefox 27 in early 2014. Mozilla developed Shumway, an open-source HTML5 competent starting back in early 2012 to replace the proprietary Flash (player) Plugin. via Geek.com