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As Firefox OS Phones Loom, Mozilla Won't Dabble on the Hardware Side

 

Mozilla has been involved with open source for a very long time now, and as more details emerge about how the company will approach its promising Firefox OS mobile strategy, it's clear that it is applying some lessons learned from the open source game.

In a series of new reports, there are signs that Mozilla will concentrate on development of its mobile operating system and leave it to hardware makers to make Firefox OS phones successful. It's a page taken out of Google's early Android strategy and it could redefine Mozilla's fortunes forever.

 

Read more at Ostatic
 

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