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Mozilla has released the fourth beta of its latest Firefox browser, claiming improved responsiveness, syncing and tabbed browsing functionality.
The firm said that as well as being based on the Gecko 2.0 engine, it included sync features by default, meaning that it would take user bookmarks with it wherever it goes.
In a statement, the firm explained that the Sync feature would let users take the bookmarks, passwords, form-filling data, and even opened tabs with them across a number of computers and mobile devices.
This feature will be available on the Apple iPhone, Mozilla added.
The firm promised that it encrypted all …