Finally out for public testing, the Firefox 4 beta
offers a glimpse at the huge stack of new features and technology that will be coming in the next major release of Mozilla's flagship product.
There's a cool feature matrix
that compares this new version to previous Firefox versions (unfortunately doesn't include other browsers though) showing what is new. Some of the cool new features include accelerated hardware support, support for Google's WebM video standard, a new user interface, improved crash protection with out-of-process plugins, and a stack more.
If you're a bleeding edge type, you can download the beta now locally from AusGamers