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Could There Be an AndroidFox?

Article Source Linux Journal
June 29, 2009, 4:15 pm

Google's Linux-based mobile operating system — Android — has become a popular choice for phonemakers worldwide. Now, if Firefox developers are getting what they think they are, we may finally see the combination of Google's power OS with Mozilla's groundbreaking browser

The Android-powered G1 been a smash hit for T-Mobile, spawning a second generation of Android phones from the provider, due out in August. The OS is beginning to make appearances on other manufacturer's handsets, and is even being ported to power a new generation of netbooks.


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