Mozilla has launched its much awaited Firefox OS at MWC today. The all new operating system supports HTML5 and Web technologies, and will provide an open platform to the carriers as well as app developers for creating a better ecosystem. It mainly focuses on the lower-end markets and has been developed keeping the feature phones users in mind. (more…)Google+
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Mozilla is busy giving the finishing touches to its Firefox OS as it prepares to launch the first smartphone with Telefonica later this year. On of the biggest USP of Firefox OS (Boot To Gecko or B2G) that both Mozilla and Telefonica are promoting is that developers would be able to create applications for the platform using HTML5 tools. However, in the absence of devices and good desktop test environments, developers seem to be facing problems in creating apps that would run well on the final OS. That proble...
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Barely two weeks after the first set of screenshots from Mozilla’s upcoming Firefox OS for smartphones leaked on the Internet, we have the official screenshots that show new features of the platform. The images were published a few hours ago by Robert Nyman, a technical evangelist for Mozilla. The current screenshots are a work in progress and Nyman warns they change all the time but it is clear that the platform draws heavy “inspirations” majorly from Android and some elements of iOS. Check...
Back at the Mobile World Congress, Mozilla showed off its cloud based ‘Boot to Gecko’ project, which was essentially a cloud based mobile OS based on HTML 5. Recently, TechWeeklyEurope got their hands on a bunch of screenshots of the OS and things look to be on schedule for a launch next year. (more…)Google+
Mozilla has announced it has rebranded its HTML5 based platform for smartphones from “Boot to Gecko” to Firefox OS. The platform, which is being represented as “fully open” will enable HTML5-based web apps to have the same API access as native apps on a smartphone. (more…)Google+