Mozilla's Firefox is one of the best-known programs able to run seamlessly across Windows, Mac, Linux, Ubuntu and other platforms, and that design may point the way for the future of interoperable applications, writes Matt Asay. "It's no longer sufficient to fixate on one platform, no matter how popular. Hardware devices are quickly expanding, running less and less Windows and Mac, and running a wider variety of Linux distributions," Asay writes.

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