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This is Mozilla's most far-reaching mobile move yet, and for the most part, the browser-maker does its Firefox brand proud.
Lomo cameras are known to produce quirky effects such as oversaturated hues, out-of-focus shots, and vignetting. Now a matchbox-size digicam produces Lomo-ish shots.
Mozilla is making a mistake in supporting only a niche (moribund?) device, Nokia's N810 Internet Tablet, with its nascent Fennec mobile browser.
Mozilla's mobile browser, Fennec, may well define the mobile experience for everyone, including Apple.
Mozilla is getting serious about mobile Linux. About time.
Mozilla has finally decided to enter the mobile market, and none too soon. With Fennec it offers the world a community-based browser capable of solving device incompatibility, among other things.
What's the future of Mozilla? The chairman, Mitchell Baker, knows.
Mozilla has a huge opportunity on its hands with its Firefox browser. The key will be to shepherd its growth so that it remains a viable community offering.
Mozilla is getting back into mobile. Let's hope it does better this time.
The company behind Firefox will pour more resources into adapting the open-source Web browser for mobile devices, hiring new staff and elevating the internal status of the project.