The company just acquired two companies in quick succession. first pulsemachine learning specialists to whom we especially owe an automatic status update tool for Slack.
The terms of the deal are unknown, but Mozilla has said it is buying the Pulse team to work on other projects involving machine learning. “ We continue to improve user experiences across all of our products, and machine learning will be a part of that. said Steve Teixeira, product manager at Mozilla.
Pulse was until recently a secretive company. It’s a California startup, but it’s had several very large clients over the year, including 1Password and Netflix. Its flagship product has gained visibility, though, with the sheer amount of integrations it can create between Complications and Slack.
The day after this acquisition, Mozilla announced post. This time around, Active Republica is a company that specializes in Web3, more specifically the metaverse. Is Mozilla aiming at an area where Meta seems to be struggling?
Yes, because Mozilla is already doing this and wants to strengthen its Hubs portal. She relies on the Active Republica team in particular to make her work on several payment levels, all related to the same theme: the organization of virtual events, including meetings of all forms: work, events, planning, hobbies, etc.
Hubs until a few days ago was a free service, but now it’s gone $20 per month planMozilla has additional tools for account management, privacy and security. Ideally, the introduction of new levels – more complete and therefore more expensive – would allow a return to a free formula, necessarily more limited.
Remember that Mozilla was working on a specific version of their browser for this kind of environment. Dubbed Firefox Reality, it was discontinued this past February. According to the reasons given at the time, the company said that the browser helped develop technologies such as WebVR and WebAR, but it preferred to embrace them in the long run.