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Mozilla 'Boot to Gecko' prototype hardware demonstrated

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Telefonica today unveiled prototype hardware running Mozilla’s browser-based ‘Boot to Gecko’ operating system for smartphones at a press conference today at the Mobile World Congress show (see CNET News roundup) in Barcelona, Spain.

Here’s a video demonstration of the current hardware and software.

Mozilla’s Boot to Gecko (B2G) project is an operating system that runs HTML5, JavaScript and CSS directly on device hardware without the need for an intermediate OS layer.

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