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Mozilla to launch Firefox OS at MWC?

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Firefox OS at MWC

Well, look what just landed in my in-box a few minutes ago: a save-the-date from Mozilla, best known for its Firefox browser, for a press conference at Mobile World Congress later this month.

Mozilla has been hard at work on Firefox OS, an open-source operating system alternative for developers to really sink their teeth into.

We got our latest hands-on with the developing OS last month at CES, but to me, a press conference worthy of a save-the-date means one thing: that Mozilla is ready to show off a major new development.

CNET reached out to Mozilla and will update this post with any comments.

In the meantime, check out the latest on Firefox OS and the budding open-source OS movement for mobile phones.

[source:cnet]

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3 comments

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