Mozilla has a new version of Firefox called Quantum, or version 57. It is a near-total rewrite. Firefox had fallen behind in speed over the years, but many, many people still had a fondness for the open-source browser, even though it’s speed was much, uchslower than Chrome and Safari.
I’ve been teting the new version on Apple and Windows products, and am changing my default browser for a few days to get a real-world feel for how it works. So far, so good.
The Linux Gamer has a quick rundown on the practical reasons why he is blown away, and it is not all about speed or battery life specs:
This is remarkable. Both of these videos are liekly staged, especially the second one, but if she is near this level of interaction in real-life, we are looking at a much better version of The Jetsons’ “Rosie”
“I want to live and work with humans so I need to express the emotions to understand humans and build trust with people,”