Firefox 38 brings UI tweaks on Android and support for playing protected video content on the desktop

Mozilla has released the latest stable version of its desktop and mobile Firefox browsers today, bringing support for playing back DRM-protected content from sites like Netflix and a few minor tweaks to the interface on mobile. Explained today in a blog post, Firefox on the desktop now includes the Adobe Content Decryption Module (CDM) to allow protected content to be played back if it has been placed inside the HTML 5 Video tag. As Firefox is open-source, there will be some users who aren’t very pleased with the introduction of a proprietary DRM technology. Mozilla has anticipated this, however, and is…

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