Friday, October 12, 2007

Mozilla Plans Firefox Browser For Mobile Devices -- Mobile Web -- InformationWeek

Helge: There's plenty of new activity around Mobile now days. Google buying Jaiku is just on of the things showing that the mobile sphare is changing. Web 2.0 companies are moving towards mobile and Nokia is navigating into Internet with Navteq.

Mozilla Plans Firefox Browser For Mobile Devices -- Mobile Web -- InformationWeek: "Mozilla Plans Firefox Browser For Mobile Devices Mobile Firefox aims to bridge the desktop and mobile browsing experiences by allowing bookmarks, history, extensions, and other Firefox capabilities to work just as well on mobile devices.

By Elena Malykhina InformationWeek lokakuu 10, 2007 04:45 PM

There isn't a perfect mobile browser and there is plenty of room for competition in the space, which is why Mozilla is stepping up its efforts to improve the browsing experience on mobile phones, the company said this week. 'People ask us all the time about what Mozilla's going to do about the mobile Web, and I'm very excited to announce that we plan to rock it.

We are serious about bringing the Firefox experience and technology to mobile devices,' wrote Mike Schroepfer, Mozilla's VP of engineering, in his blog on Tuesday. Mozilla's plans include adding mobile devices to the first class/tier-1 platform set for Mozilla 2, the company's all-in-one open source Internet application suite that comes with a Web browser, e-mail, and newsgroup client. The move will make mobile devices part of Mozilla's core platform, Schroepfer said."
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