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38 articles

How to transfer bookmarks from iPhone to Android

Browser bookmarks enable us to save our favorite Web links for access later. If you think of the Web as a supersized digital book, Web bookmarks work like real-life bookmarks ...
by Alvin YbañezMarch 25, 20143

Firefox for Android updated, bringing WebRTC and NFC sharing

Firefox has updated the Android version of their mobile browser today, bringing a host of welcome changes. On the heels of the Chrome update for Android, Firefox has made similar ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 18, 2013

Will a third major platform benefit Android users?

We take a shot at uncovering the potential benefits and disadvantages for Android users should a third major platform emerge in the mobile ecosystem.
by Mike AndriciApril 6, 201319

Sony declares interest in Firefox OS, while Samsung says “pass”

Alcatel, ZTE, Huawei and LG have been announced as the first Mozilla partners, with a fifth name confirmed earlier today – Sony.
by AdrianFebruary 26, 201312

Mozilla, AT&T, and Ericsson collaborate to integrate calls and your browser

Mozilla, AT&T ,and Ericsson are all teaming up to bring their WebRTC-based concept to MWC. The idea will allow users to make voice calls, access their contacts, and share files from a ...
by Robert TriggsFebruary 25, 20132

On the Firefox origin of Chrome OS

You read the title right - Chrome OS has its roots in Mozilla Firefox, according to a recent blog post by former Google employee Jeff Nelson.
by Conan HughesFebruary 16, 20133

Does the world need more mobile OSs?

With a few operating systems on offer for your mobile device, do you need more options to consider? Will any of the new crop be able to challenge Android?
by Nate SwannerJanuary 27, 201316

Firefox for Android adds support for ARMv6 devices

While the feature first arrived in nightly builds way back in July, support for devices with ARMv6 processors is now live in the latest release of Firefox for Android.
by Kristofer WoukNovember 20, 20121

Firefox 16 for Android receives support for ARMv6 in nightly build

I’ve talked before about how I wish we’d all move on from the ARMv6 architecture, now that we’re already getting so close to the launch of the 64 bit ARMv8 ...
by LucianJuly 26, 20123

Firefox 14: Faster, smarter, safer Web browser for Android

Firefox had been enjoying its share of success in the past few years until Google Chrome came along and took some of the spotlight. But, this doesn’t mean that Firefox is ...
by Paul NuñalJuly 13, 20121
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