This early developer device acts as a window into a mobile OS alternative that's set to undercut Android, Windows Phone, and iOS.
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What does a smartphone based on the Firefox browser look like? Here's one ultracheap handset that paves the way for Firefox phones.
We go hands-on with the Geeksphone Keon, a dirt-cheap smartphone running Firefox OS.
People who want to help build Firefox OS or test their apps with it need a phone -- and the Geeksphone Keon is designed for them. Here's a look at the lower-end device.
The Keon and Peak are developer preview phones to give you a taste of Firefox OS, a potential rival to Android.
The Geeksphone Revolution, which lets you try out Firefox OS without burning your Android bridges, goes on sale on 20 February.
The Revolution comes with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, a 4.7-inch screen, and either Google Android or Mozilla's browser-based mobile OS.
The Android-alternative returns to Mobile World Congress next month to show off its latest mobile devices.
The Spanish company's new Firefox OS phone will include a "high-performance processor" and can run Google's Android operating system, too. The company hints it could use an Intel processor.
Telefonica Digital picks the music industry's original digital disrupter -- now a by-the-books subscription service -- as its favored streaming music provider, and it could take a stake in Rhapsody.