February 22, 2012

Mozilla to Challenge the Mobile World

Mike Swift, Mercury News


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Mozilla, the Mountain View nonprofit that took on Microsoft's Internet browser dominance nearly a decade ago and won, now wants to play the same transformative role with the mobile Web.

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