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The alternative to Android and iOS is geared for low-budget markets, and it's about to hit one of the biggest in the world. Will that price tag light a fire?
Firefox OS phone owners will be able to flip app permissions on and off at will in a far-future version of the browser-based mobile operating system.
Mozilla doesn't want Firefox OS users to have out-of-date versions of the mobile OS, so it's working to offer updates itself over Wi-Fi connections.
Relatively affluent people will shun this smartphone. But for people who can afford only a bargain-priced feature phone, Mozilla's prototype shows promise.
Mozilla has new partnerships to carry its browser-based OS to high-growth, low-cost markets like Indonesia where iOS and Android are vulnerable. Also: more power at the same price from Alcatel and ZTE, the first LTE Firefox OS phone, and a 7-inch tablet.
Smartphone shoppers in India can now buy the affordable Cloud FX for just slightly more than Mozilla's target price of $25.
As Mobile World Congress winds down, we take a look at some of the bigger themes of the show.
The graphics- and mobile-chip maker's tablet business doubled in the third quarter, but the company is struggling to expand into smartphones. Nvidia says a new chip next year will help it gain traction in phones, but will it be enough?