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- 08.10.2008, 20:07
John Lilly, CEO von Mozilla, behauptet, dass eine frühe Alphaversion vom Firefox Mobile in wenigen Wochen für die Öffentlichkeit verfügbar sein wird. Firefox Mobile wird auf Windows Mobile in direkte Konkurrenz zu Opera Mobile und Skyfire treten.
Hoffentlich vermag auch der Firefox Mobile mit dem Safari Browser auf dem iPhone mitzuhalten.
Angehängt ist ein Video vom Firefox Mobile.
via Linuxinsider. (Englisch)
Q: And what are you doing in mobile?
A: We want to make sure that the Web on mobile is more like the Web than what the mobile industry offers today, which is closed, separate networks and not a very good information-getting experience for the user. The first thing is to bring Firefox to mobile devices. We're working on that, and we'll see some alphas in a few weeks.
Q: Are you doing anything with cloud computing, emulating Google, perhaps?
A: Emulating Google is not a smart game to play. We can do things in the cloud that other people can't. For example, sync services, so your browser on your Mac looks like your browser on your PC. You can have your bookmarks in the cloud. Think about being at your browser on your desktop, closing it to go home, and turning on your mobile device and having it know all the pages you were at, all the tabs and bookmarks. That's one example. Once we have that kind of system set up, we should be able to allow other third parties to make applications to deliver stuff to the browser.
There are a lot of interesting problems to work on in the Internet, and as long as we build interesting products, life's all right.
Von juun im Forum PlaudereckeAntworten: 2Letzter Beitrag: 13.10.2006, 14:56