Mozilla has slightly pushed back its self-imposed deadlines for releasing a final version of Firefox 3.6 and the first beta of Firefox 4.0. Firefox 3.6, currently available as a fifth beta, is set as a first quarter goal for 2010, while Firefox 4, once considered a possibility for 2010, could arrive as a beta in the middle of 2010 and in final form "in late 2010 or early 2011," according to Mozilla's wiki.
Firefox 3.6 Set For First Quarter 2010, 4.0 Beta Mid-Year
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