Mozilla's Chairman Confirms Progress on a New Mobile Browser

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| At the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco today, Mozilla Chairman Mitchell
| Baker gave an address on opening the mobile web, which Webware did a nice job
| of analyzing. Many people have been wondering if Mozilla will deliver a
| version of the Firefox browser to work with the many Linux-based phones
| currently in the works, including phones based on Google's Android platform.
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| As I covered in a recent post on whether Linux can quickly grab a significant
| part of the mobile phone market, there are some good indications that it may.
| At the recent Mobile World Congress conference, there were more than 20 new
| mobile phones based on Linux announced, most of them using the LiMo platform.

Is your (mobile) browser ready for the Web?

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| I co-chair the Mobile Web Test Suites Working Group: this group aims at
| improving the interoperability of browsers on mobile devices through the
| development and the diffusion of test suites for Web technologies that work
| on mobile devices.


Mozilla's Firefox strategy includes mobile phones

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| Baker said the company is also investigating mobile content
| services with a server component, similar to Opera Mini.

First Look at Minimo

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| I was very impressed with minimo. Actually, using minimo showed me
| that mobile net access might just work. Everyone has been predicting
| the mobile revolution but I never thought it would happen simply
| because the screen are too small and the interfaces cramped. Somehow,
| minimo sidesteps all these and it made a convert out of me.

New Mozilla mobile browser out, amid more competition

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| Minimo is designed to be an alternative to the browser that comes
| with Windows Mobile and its creators promote its speed in accessing
| sites and other features such as tabs, better security and support
| for widgets.

Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded Edition

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| To fulfil the aims of our mission and in response to the technical
| challenges that these devices pose, we are announcing the Ubuntu Mobile and
| Embedded project.