Josh Catone joined Mashable in May 2009 and is Executive Director of Editorial Projects. Before joining Mashable, Josh was the Lead Writer at ReadWriteWeb, the Lead Blogger at SitePoint, and the Community Evangelist at DandyID.

Josh's articles

  1. Chrome Extensions Likely by May

    The number one most requested feature for Google’s Chrome web browser is support for third party extensions. We know that Google is working on a plugin system for Chrome, and now it seems likely that it will be here by May.

  2. App Engine to Add Offline Processing, XMPP

    Google App Engine — an important part of Google’s Web OS strategy — is likely getting some major updates in the next few months: billing, a new runtime language, offline processing, and XMPP to name a few.

  3. Firefox Exec: Bundling? No Thanks

    The EU may force Microsoft to start bundling other browsers along with Internet Explorer in Windows. Opera contends that will help alternative browsers build market share. Firefox developer Mike Connor says: No thanks.

  4. Data Breaches On the Rise: Bad News for SaaS

    According to a study by security analysts at Enterprise Strategy Group data breach incidents rose in 2008, and that’s bad news for software as a service vendors trying to reach out to a mainstream audience.

  5. Mozilla Phone: Help Design Your Dream Phone

    What would happen if there was a mobile phone that encouraged user feedback all the way through the design process from start to finish? Would the resulting phone be better or worse? We’ll find out with the Mozilla Phone.