A new effort that used technology to boost giving resulted in big donations to hunger-related charities this holiday season.
Partners backing the browser-based mobile operating system include phone maker LG Electronics and 18 mobile network operators across the world. The first phones are due in the second quarter.
Sure, the high-end smartphone market is stuffed with iOS and Android, but demand for low-cost phones gives Mozilla and its browser-based OS a chance to chow down.
The microblogging site says it will have an app available for the browser-based mobile operating system when handsets launch in the next couple of months.
Dell is leaving Netbooks to the dustbin of laptop history. But it's not terribly surprising, considering the rise of tablets and the emergence of ultrabooks.
The regional prepaid carrier will start selling the smartphone on June 22 without a contract. But it will cost you dearly.
On-demand video site says plans for the money include speeding up product development and expanding globally.