Going beyond Apple, Foxconn inks big partnership deal for Mozilla's Firefox OS

Going beyond Apple, Foxconn inks big partnership deal for Mozilla's Firefox OS

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Mozilla’s low-end smartphone efforts are picking up steam — and some major allies. It’s latest partner is electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn, which has inked a deal to create devices running Mozilla’s new mobile operating system. But this isn’t just about smartphones. Foxconn...
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www.pcworld.com
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techcrunch.com
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