So long, Firefox phone—we hardly knew ye.
The man who brought Mozilla into the world could be the one to save it.
This is the year where cheap computers and pervasive networks manifest themselves in cheap smartphones sold across the world.
Mozilla announced seven new smartphones at Mobile World Congress.
Mozilla wants in on the race to control the living room.
To help standardize Firefox OS and get devices to market faster, Mozilla initiated a group called the Open Web Device Compliance Review Board.
Users are grooving on the Firefox OS devices… and Mozilla’s provider partners are about to share the love.
It’s pioneering “open” smartphones that run on standard Web technology. Mozilla thinks its odds vs. Android and iOS are good.
Mozilla has finally cracked the code on how to bring the unadulterated Web to smartphones. Does Firefox OS have a chance?
Can Firefox OS provide a viable alternative to Android and iOS in the global smartphone wars? Maybe not, but it’s sure going to take a serious run at it.
Mozilla’s new Firefox OS smartphones will make it easier for developers to create mobile apps.
Today we get the first “peak” of Mozilla’s Firefox OS running on actual hardware. Can the new Web-based mobile operating system make a dent in the smartphone market?
Microsoft has struggled to carve out space for itself in mobile, while Mozilla has started to disrupt the mobile industry’s end-to-end, native application mindset with Firefox OS. The two organizations have much to gain from working together.