Q&A with Mozilla's John Lilly on 10 years of Mozilla and the future of browsers

Mozilla, the maker of the free open source Firefox browser, is turning 10 years old on Monday.

More than 160 million users use Firefox, which competes with Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Apple's Safari. The nonprofit Mozilla, based in Mountain View, Calif., also publishes the open source Thunderbird email client. I use the beta version of Firefox 3.0. I'm happy with its speed and superior functions (like "restore session" which returns you to all of your open browser windows the next time you start your computer).

Matt Marshall and I sat down with Mozilla CEO John Lilly, who was recently promoted to the top post. We talked about everything from the origins of Firefox to what's wrong with Google's Android cell phone platform.

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