Mozilla to rekindle Firefox OS interest at MWC

The Android-alternative returns to Mobile World Congress next month to show off its latest mobile devices.

Firefox OS invite for MWC 2014
Screenshot by Jessica Dolcourt/CNET

Mozilla lit up Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last year with its flashy debut of Firefox OS, the light, browser-based mobile operating system intended to sweep across emerging markets as a low-cost Android alternative.

While several handsets did see the light of day, including the Alcatel OneTouch Fire and a trio of Geeksphones, the OS certainly felt underbaked to us.

Now, Mozilla will return to the mobile megashow with a press conference to spread its message like wildfire, and to show off its latest progress and products. We'll be there on the ground, following the action.

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