02/24/2013, Tonight, Mozilla is demonstrating the first commercial build of Firefox Mobile OS and has announced the support of several carriers worldwide (like Sprint, China Unicom and Deutsche Telekom just to cite a few). So far, the first retail units will be available in Brazil, Colombia, Hungary, Mexico, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Spain and Venezuela according to Mozilla, which said that more market will be announced “soon”.
03/19/2012, Great news for Firefox fans with the Nokia N9. Following the release of PR1.2 for the Nokia N9, a new version of Mozilla Firefox Mobile has also been released for the phone. The latest version of the browser has been designed to bring your mobile surfing experience even closer to the desktop version of Firefox. If you love visiting fully-featured websites that require Flash, you’re in luck. Together with a […]
07/06/2010, Nokia N900 and N810 users who are looking for a powerful browser should be quite happy to hear that Mozilla has just launched its Firefox Mobile 1.1, offering Maemo-powered phones the same browser engine as Firefox 3.6 on the desktop. Aside from that, the browser supports add-ons, which allows the features of the browser to be extended, and users are also able to save pages as a PDF for offline […]
03/31/2010, Bored of the default Android web browser, but can’t think of a good alternative? If you’re willing to get your hands dirty, a Motorola Milestone owner has managed to compile the code for Firefox Mobile (Fennec) which runs on Android. The best part is that he even put up instructions on how to do so, albeit in German. Check out a video of the browser in action after the jump.
03/23/2010, This is probably a bit of bad news to folks who run Windows Mobile out there. It seems that Mozilla is officially killing the development of its Windows Mobile version of Firefox, which actually shouldn’t be too much of a surprise, considering the fact the Windows Phone 7 Series is a whole new ball game. That being said, the bad news continues, as Mozilla doesn’t plan to come up with […]
02/17/2010, Firefox Mobile for the Android operating system could very well be the next big thing in terms of mobile software, but it might take some time for the final release to roll out considering a very different code base, as Android is built on Java while Firefox Mobile is developed in the C and C++ languages. Since the Open Handset Alliance offers support for native C and C++ code in […]
02/04/2010, While Firefox Mobile (Fennec) is available for Nokia’s N900, folks who run Android (and every other mobile OS out there) will have to wait until Mozilla releases an official version for other platforms. Despite that, it seems that some folks have managed to get Firefox running an Android, and we’re not talking about the mobile version here, it’s the full desktop version! Of course, since it’s not an official port, […]
01/29/2010, We’ve been pining for it for so long, and after the long wait, Mozilla has officially announced that Firefox is now available for Nokia’s Maemo platform. This means that all you Nokia N900 owners out there can have Firefox on your N900. If you’re wondering what makes Firefox for mobile different from the usual third-party browser that you cram on your cell phone, check out some of the features, such […]
01/28/2010, Those with smartphones (and upcoming tablets) who are running on the Android OS might be interested in the following snippet of Mozilla’s Firefox Mobile (also known as Fennec) being prepared to arrive on that particular operating system platform from sometime next month onwards. If it happens, you ought to be able to download it from the Android Market, and we’re pretty sure that diehard Firefox fanatics will take the download […]
01/02/2010, A lot of you out there are itching to get Firefox Mobile (a.k.a. Fennec) installed on your phones, and as we enter 2010, we also move one step closer to a final release of the mobile browser. The beta has been around for a while now, and it’s now gone one step further, with Firefox Mobile RC1 being released. If the beta is already installed on your phone, you should […]
12/09/2009, Nokia’s N900 will be the first Maemo-powered device to get a taste of Fennec, also known as Firefox Mobile. The final version of FireFox Mobile will be available soon (as an optional download), but Nokia N900 owners can already get a foretaste of things to come by downloading the beta version way before that. We’ve seen a demo of Fennec running on the N900, and it seems pretty clear that […]