Running Nokia's Maemo OS, the N900 combines multitasking, Web browsing, a 3.5- inch touch screen, cell phone, and QWERTY keyboard.
Firefox has taken its next step in creating a proper mobile browser, with the release of a beta version of Fennec for Android and Maemo.
Mozilla drops the "RC" and "beta" qualifications to bring you the first complete version of Firefox for Android (it's available for Maemo, too.)
The companies are combining their respective Linux operating environments to power future devices like tablets and high-end smartphones.
Mozilla has churned out a significant update to Firefox for Android smartphones and Nokia devices. This version updates the interface, adds new features, and makes the app much quicker to install.
Chipmaker will kick in its engineering know-how to help drive the growth of mobile and embedded devices running the Linux Foundation's open-source MeeGo platform.
Mozilla says the iPhone won't see a fully featured Firefox browser, but if you use the desktop version and want to port your history, tabs and bookmarks to your iPhone, there is a solution.
We talked to Myriad about Alien Dalvik, the software that can put Android apps on MeeGo phones like the upcoming Nokia N9 -- not to mention in cars and aeroplanes.
Mozilla plans to release the first release candidate of Firefox for mobile phones next week. Coming next year: multitouch, Windows Mobile support, and more.
Meet the next mobile operating system getting a broad swath of support from industry players such as Sprint Nextel, NTT Docomo, and Intel.