Along with Firefox 6 for PCs , today, Mozilla also released the mobile version, which I must say looks damn good. But it feels even better. There’s a solidness about the browser that makes it ready, finally, for prime time
Earlier this year during a roundtable with Nokia reps, we were told that there’s one MeeGo device they’ll be introducing this year. It may be a bit late for MeeGo to cash in on the mobile OS wars but the N9 looks really interesting… or maybe not
Things are getting interesting in the mobile world this week and Nokia’s new CEO is not holding back as he takes a critical look at the company and issues an internal memo that has now leaked out.
Nokia developers are making headway on MeeGo 1.1, the mobile OS developed with Intel. It’s expected to be running on the Nokia N900 at Nokia’s Dublin developer conference this November.
Linux Pro Magazine: “The Mozilla Project announced the alpha release of Fennec, the mobile version of their popular Firefox browser, for Android smartphones and the Nokia N900.”
# androidapps An early, pre-alpha version of Mozilla’s Fennec mobile browser has been around for months , but the Firefox developer has today released an official full alpha for download. And it’s not just Android that’s benefitting—the mobile browser has also been released for Nokia’s N900 smartphone.
Nokia has reigned as the leader of the mobile phone market for years, but has never seemed to gain much respect from the media and smartphone enthusiasts in the US. Are they really much different…
The July 4th weekend saw the Mozilla Foundation release their mobile web browser for Nokia N900 and Nokia N810 users.
Intel, Nokia to release final open source phone software in October MeeGo, a Linux project combining Intel and Nokia software, released an early version of the mobile phone OS to developers on Wednesday.
MeeGo, a Linux project combining Intel and Nokia software, released an early version of the mobile phone OS to developers on Wednesday.