zdnet.com: Telstra has said that it is looking beyond iOS, Android, Windows, and BlackBerry to Firefox and Ubuntu for future phones.
- Firefox 23 Beta 10 Released for Linux
- Mozilla Continues to Build the Web as a Platform for Security
- Mozilla's New Leadership Focuses on Firefox OS As Gary Kovacs Moves On
- OSCON + Mozilla = Awesome
computingondemand.com: Even though Chrome is quickly becoming used more often in my office, I still consider Firefox to be my primary browser (although I tried to dump it). For a long time, I tried to avoid the use of extensions in my browser. However, I have since embraced the added functionality.
theinquirer.net: Mozilla has announced that it will release updates to Firefox OS every three months, with security updates scheduled every six weeks.
theatlantic.com: The ancients read their stories into the skies; we read corporate logos. There is reason to believe that the universe would really prefer, as you browse the web that connects our tiny little world, that you use Firefox.
cnet.com: The Spanish company is expanding from the developer market to the broader consumer market with the Peak+, a higher-end phone than other Firefox OS models on sale.
techradar.com: With three new mobile operating systems - Firefox OS, Ubuntu and Sailfish - due to launch, maybe this actually will be the year of the Linux phone (or more accurately: the year of the Linux phone that isn't Android).
zdnet.com: The Alcatel OneTouch Fire, one of the first consumer devices running Firefox OS, will be shortly be available to Polish consumers.
ostatic.com: There are some huge announcements this week affecting the plumbing of Internet browsers from leading players, including Mozilla and Google.
readwrite.com: The fast, sexy new Firefox 22 has a lot going for it. Sadly, it won't save the browser from its slow, all-but-certain decline.
pcpro.co.uk: Mozilla has entered the smartphone race with the launch of the first consumer-ready phones running its Firefox OS - and promised a tablet "ASAP".
cnet.com: Spain-based carrier Telefonica will release on Tuesday the very first Firefox OS phone -- the inexpensive ZTE Open. The launch is a significant milestone in Mozilla's attempt to crack the Apple and Google mobile strongholds.
- Firefox 22: Look Ma, No Plug-ins
- H.264 support for Firefox Nightly Linux has landed
- For Firefox OS' first wave of devices, it's Poland or bust
- Survey: Developers express enthusiasm for Firefox OS
ghacks.net: Firefox users who use the Windows 7 or Windows 8 operating system benefit from support for H.264, Mp3 and AAC formats that Mozilla implemented in version 21 of the web browser.
linuxinsider.com: In a mobile arena already heavily dominated by Android and iOS, can Mozilla's young, open upstart OS really hope to succeed? Its chances are "actually surprisingly good."
i-programmer.info: Keeping track of where Firefox is going is difficult given you have at least two horizons to keep your eyes on. Here we have a brief look at what to expect in Firefox 22, currently in beta and close to being rolled out.
technewsworld.com: With all the fuss about the world going mobile, you might think no one sits in front of a desktop computer anymore. You'd be wrong.
datamation.com: For a few years now, the great debate between Chrome and Firefox has raged on. Which browser is faster? Which is easier to install?
ghacks.net: Mozilla will release Firefox 21.0 on May 14, 2013 and shortly thereafter update the Beta, Aurora and Nightly channels of the browser to Firefox 22.0, 23.0 and 24.0 respectively.