If you like living on the edge and browsing your Web 2.0 sites as fast as possible, Mozilla has something for you. Ars Technica points out that the organization has released the first beta of Firefox 3.1, its next major browser release. You can grab the beta right here on mozilla.com in Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux flavors.
You'll find more details about Firefox 3.1 in the official release notes. Judging by Mozilla's past release schedules, we wouldn't be surprised to see Firefox 3.1 go gold early next year.
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