Firefox-maker Mozilla brings Firefox Mobile one step closer to an Android release with an alpha build that bakes in a helpful and unique feature.
An add-on for Mozilla's mobile Firefox browser, which might just end up being called Firefox, will keep you from time-consuming typing.
If you've been following the development of Mozilla's Firefox browser for Android phones, you might be interested to know that Mozilla has just begun releasing nightly updates of Firefox Mobile (code-name Fennec) for Android.
Firefox Mobile, also known as Fennec, is available as a pre-alpha for your Android phone. It's still early days, but we expect heaps from this browser
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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.
We take you on a hands-on tour of Fennec for Android pre-alpha, a very early stage look at Android's Firefox browser-to-be.
Opera has announced it will release a full Android Web browser within the next month, joining Fennec for Firefox in trying to take a piece of the Android pie.
Mozilla has announced the winner of a competition to design the logo for Firefox Mobile, the mobile browser codenamed Fennec
Mozilla's mobile browser, Fennec, may well define the mobile experience for everyone, including Apple.