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Firefox 34 kicks off the Yahoo Search era, but new one-click search feature eases switching

Ian Paul | Dec. 3, 2014
The new Firefox is here, and with it Yahoo replaces Google as the default search provider in Mozilla's browser.

Beyond search, Mozilla says Firefox 34 also comes with its webRTC chat client Hello built-in, but we have yet to see that option show up. Mozilla has also made it easier to switch between themes, and Wikipedia searches now use HTTPS for U.S. English users.

For Android users, the latest version of Firefox for Mobile also comes with mirroring support for Chromecast.

 

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