February 25, 2013

Why Carriers Love the Firefox OS

Ina Fried, All Things D


Mozilla

There’s a good reason why Mozilla was able to get more than a dozen carriers to line up behind its browser-based phone operating system.

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TAGGED: Carriers, Smartphones, Firefox OS

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