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  • Check out our AMAZING CIO and learn how to Boss it Like Katharina!

    How To Boss It Like: Katharina Borchert, Chief Innovation Officer at Mozilla

    There are a handful of business leaders and industry figures who are changing the world. Today we meet Katharina Borchert, Chief Innovation Officer of Mozilla-the open web advocate and not-for-profit maker of Firefox. "I'm a real night owl and hate getting up early," she confesses.

  • We recently just came back from our All Hands conference, a time twice a year where all Mozillians get together to share our similarities, differences, and everything in between! Seen here is our People and Capability team ready to help you start your journey at Mozilla!

  • Social Impact and AI

    Mozilla Announces $225,000 for Art and Advocacy Exploring Artificial Intelligence - The Mozilla Blog

    At Mozilla, one way we support a healthy internet is by fueling the people and projects on the front lines - from grants for community technologists in Detroit, to fellowships for online privacy activists in Rio. Today, we are opening applications for a new round of Mozilla awards.

  • Enabling Social Experiences Using Mixed Reality and the Open Web

    Enabling Social Experiences Using Mixed Reality and the Open Web - The Mozilla Blog

    Today, Mozilla is sharing an early preview of an experiment we are calling "Hubs by Mozilla". Hubs is an immersive social experience that is delivered through the browser. You simply click on a web link to begin interacting with others inside virtual reality.

  • We're hosting our first ever recruitment open houses in Portland and Toronto this May! Head to the Eventbrite and RSVP if you'd like to meet and discuss Android/Mobile Engineering, Technical Product/Project Management, or Data Science roles!

  • We've released our Internet Health Report. This year will mark a very big year for Internet Health and Security.

    A Scandal, a Napkin and the Health of the Internet - The Mozilla Blog

    Today marks the launch of Mozilla's first full edition of the Internet Health Report, an open source effort to explore the state of human life on the internet. As we put our final touches on the report, the United States scrambled to prepare for testimony by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, following revelations about user data obtained by Cambridge Analytica.

  • Firefox to Enter the VR/AR World!

    Mozilla Brings Firefox to Augmented and Virtual Reality - The Mozilla Blog

    Today, we primarily access the Internet through our phones, tablets and computers. But how will the world access the web in five years, or in ten years, and how will the web itself grow and change? We believe that the future of the web will be heavily intertwined with virtual and augmented reality, and that future will live through browsers.

  • We're growing, and want you to be part of it! Check out our latest expansion in amazing PDX!

    Mozilla's office grows in Portland - Portland Business Journal

    Mozilla Corp., the business arm of the Mozilla Foundation and maker of the web browser Firefox, has had a presence in Portland for years. That presence is about to get larger: Mozilla is both expanding and planning to raise its profile this spring with a big marketing push it has dubbed a "city takeover."

  • Internet for good.

    Announcing $280,000 for Creative Gigabit Projects Across the U.S. - The Mozilla Blog

    Today, Mozilla is awarding $280,000 to community technologists who are leveraging gigabit internet for good. We're providing grants to 14 projects in five American cities: Lafayette, LA; Eugene, OR; Chattanooga, TN; Austin, TX; and Kansas City. Grants range from $10,000 to $30,000.

  • We're celebrating our 20th Anniversary with some big changes!

    Mozilla marks 20th anniversary with commitment to better human experiences online - The Mozilla Blog

    This coming Saturday - March 31 - is Mozilla's 20th anniversary. We've accomplished a fair amount in the first 20 years. We aim to accomplish even more in the next 20 years. To do this, we've modernized nearly every aspect of Mozilla, from Firefox to the many ways we connect people and technology.

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