Mozilla’s Mozilla is a big deal for Google.
Google bought the software company in 2008 for $1.9 billion, and it has since become the world’s most popular search engine and web browser.
It has helped develop many popular Internet browsers, such as Google Chrome and Apple’s Safari.
Mozilla has also built a number of Firefox-like products, including Firefox Web Browser, which it sold to Google for $350 million in 2011.
Google will have a major impact on the browser’s development, but that won’t be for a long time.
Firefox is going to be a core part of Google’s future, and Google will be able to continue to improve Firefox, the company announced today.
Google has already released several updates to Firefox, including the version 9.6.2 that adds support for WebRTC, a feature that allows Web sites to be viewed over Web browsers.
Mozilla’s newest update is called 11.0.5, and Mozilla has made the release available in the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN).
Google’s plan for Firefox is to allow Web developers to create Web pages using its HTML5 platform, which will allow Web sites and applications to run on its Android and iOS mobile platforms.
That will enable Web sites, applications, and services to be optimized for Google’s Chrome browser.
Google is also working on a WebAssembly-based version of Firefox.
That version of the browser is designed to run natively on mobile devices, and the goal is to get developers on those platforms to make their own Web applications and services.
Google’s announcement today was the culmination of a long-running effort to develop a Web standards-based browser.
The company was trying to convince Google to give it access to the Google Platform and its APIs, which allow Web servers to access and communicate with other Web servers.
The platform has been used to create some of the most popular Web sites in the world.
Google also wants to make sure that Google apps and services are built to run across multiple operating systems, including Android and Windows.
Google plans to release Firefox for Android and Chrome for Chrome OS in 2017.
Google already has a strong relationship with Mozilla, having previously supported the browser.
Mozilla is building a new version of Chrome for Android that will allow it to offer Google-provided APIs to developers and other Web developers.
Google, for its part, is hoping that Mozilla will become the default browser for Android phones, which could allow Google to better compete with Apple.
Mozilla already offers Chrome for Windows, but the company recently rolled out Chrome for Mac.
Mozilla isn’t the only company interested in building a Web browser for mobile devices.
Google announced plans to develop Android-based apps for the Web last year, and Microsoft is working on an Android Web browser.
Facebook also has an interest in the Web and is developing its own mobile-first version of its popular News app.
Mozilla says it will continue to invest in its Firefox and Android products and will continue developing for both platforms.
Google won’t stop with Firefox.
Google says it plans to continue making Chrome and Firefox available to more companies, including YouTube, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and more.
Google recently announced a new collaboration with Google’s partner for its Android mobile operating system, the Google Play Store, and will open up its Android app store to developers who want to build apps for it.
Google isn’t stopping with Firefox either.
The Chrome web browser is also in the works.
The browser is being developed by Google’s own team of developers and will be available in 2018.
Mozilla hopes that the Chrome team will bring its own experience and focus to the Chrome Web browser, so that the browser will be better for consumers, developers, and others.
Mozilla said today that the next Firefox version will include “a full suite of new features” that are “built on the platform of Google Chrome, which provides the best user experience and best support for web content.”
Google said that it will “continue to support and improve the Chrome browser.”
Mozilla’s move to become a major player in the browser industry comes just months after Google bought Firefox for $450 million in a deal that will give the company access to Google’s proprietary APIs and Web standards.
Mozilla also said today it will be releasing a Firefox Developer Edition in 2018, with support for Chrome and WebKit browsers.