Mozilla Drops Plans for Low-Cost Firefox OS Smartphones

Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox web browser and smartphone OS has dropped its attempt to muscle in on the low cost smartphone market.


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O2 Suffers Major Weekend Network Outage
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Apple Promotes Jony Ive to Chief Design Officer
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Vodafone Preparing for Indian Stock Market Floatation
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Apple Loses Tablet Share for Second Successive Quarter as Market Stagnates
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Sigfox: A new wireless network in the Czech Republic
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BSNL Staff Shot During Militant Attack
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