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Mozilla Fennec (Firefox Mobile) hits beta

Mozilla has released the first public beta of the mobile version of Firefox. Fennec beta 1 will run on Nokia N810 Internet Tablets, Windows, OS X, or Linux computers. A Windows Mobile version will be available later. The newest build of Fennec features faster zooming, panning, and start-up times. It also users Mozilla's TraceMonkey JavaScript engine, allows for editing of bookmarks and use of bo...

Early build of Firefox for Windows Mobile leaked

Mozilla is expected to release the first public alpha of the Fennec web browser for Windows Mobile sometime this week. But an early build of the web browser has already found its way onto the internet. You can download a copy from Mozilla developer Brad Lassey's files, or if that download link stops working soon, you can find the file at the MSMobiles web site. The mobile version of Firefox is s...

Firefox Mobile could run on eBook readers, other devices

Mozilla's upcoming mobile web browser (codenamed Fennec) may be designed for cellphones and portable devices running Windows Mobile, Linux, and Symbian. But the neat thing about open source software is that you can port it to run on pretty much anything if you know what you're doing. Case in point? This video of Fennec running on an e-ink device. At this point, this is pretty much a proof of con...

Firefox for Windows Mobile could hit Alpha next week

Mozilla could release the first beta alpha version of Firefox for Windows Mobile devices in the first week of February. At launch, the browser (which is codenamed Fennec) will only be designed for the HTC Touch Pro. But I wouldn't be surprised to see Mozilla or third party developers port it to run on other Windows Mobile devices soon after. It's been a few months since the first screenshots o...

Firefox Mobile browser hits Alpha 2, still doesn't work on your phone

Mozilla has released Alpha 2 of its mobile web browser called Fennec. When Fennec grows up, it will probably be called something like Firefox Mobile and it will run on your cellphone. For now it runs on Nokia Internet Tablets. You can also take it for a test spin on Windows, OS X , and Linux computers. Fennec Alpha 2 looks a lot like Alpha 1. But there are a few changes under the hood. The brows...

Firefox Mobile for Symbian coming in 2009

The team working on the mobile version of Firefox has been primarily focused on developing the browser for Linux and Windows Mobile devices so far. But around 50% of all the Smartphones in the world actually run the Symbian mobile operating system. So it should come as no surprise that Mozilla is also working on a version for Symbian phones. The plan is to have a working browser by the end of Ap...

Mozilla releases Mobile Firefox Alpha - For Mac, Windows and Linux?

Mozilla has released the first Alpha version of Fennec, the mobile web browser which currently runs on the Nokia N810 internet tablet, and which will soon run on Windows Mobile. Fennec is just a code name. Eventually the browser will probably be called something like Firefox Mobile. And there's a good reason for that. If you can view web content in Firefox, you can pretty much view it in Fennec....

Firefox for Windows Mobile images surface

We've known for a while that Mozilla was working on a mobile version of Firefox. In fact, you can already download early builds of the web browser, codenamed Fennec, but at the moment it will only run on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. But Mozilla says a Windows Mobile version of Fennec is on its way and that an Alpha release could come within the next few weeks. And now a few screenshots have ...

Firefox Mobile Alpha coming in "a few weeks"

Mozilla CEO says the first Alpha version of Firefox Mobile will be available in a few weeks. That's pretty exciting. But I wouldn't read too much into it at the moment. It's not clear exactly what devices or operating systems will be supported by the early Alpha. Pre-alpha releases of the browser, code-named Fennec, are already available. But at the moment, they only run on the Nokia N810 inter...

Firefox 3.1 delayed, Firefox mobile coming soon

Sure, Firefox 3.01 is still fresh off the presses, but some if you've been looking forward to getting your hands on the even newer and more improved Firefox 3.1, it looks like you have to wait a little longer. Mozilla had planned to release Firefox 3.1 on August 19th, but has pushed that date back to September 9th. Firefox 3.1 will feature a handful of updates including Javascript enhancements a...

Download Squad Week in Review

The big story this week was undoubtedly the launch of Firefox 3. And we covered the heck out of it. But while Mozilla's little browser was busy grabbing headlines, there was plenty of other news. Here are a few of our favorite (mostly) non-Firefox related stories: What to expect from Mozilla's mobile Firefox web browser OK, we promise, this is the last Firefox-related link of the roundup. But ...

Download Squad Week in Review

It's been a busy week at Download Squad HQ. We've been busy covering the releases of several new web browsers, updates to several operating systems, and we've been continuing our never-ending quest to find as many ways as humanly possible to waste time while using a computer. We're also expanding the Squad a bit. You may notice posts from some new bloggers over the next few days. Feel free to say...

Mozilla shows off Firefox Mobile interface concept - Video

Firefox Mobile Concept Video from Aza Raskin on Vimeo. Want to know what the upcoming Firefox Mobile web browser will look like? So do we. And the video above may or may not give us an idea. Aza Raskin, the head of user experience for Mozilla describes the concept interface shown in the video as a "conceptual mockup" of an "experimental UI." In other words, there's no gaurantee that the fin...

Mozilla talking to wireless carriers about bundling Firefox Mobile

If you built a web browser but nobody used it, would it still exist? Well, yeah, of course it would. But nobody wants that to happen. So Mozilla is reportedly talking to wireless carriers about the possibility of bundling Firefox Mobile with Windows Mobile and Linux-based cellphones. While Firefox is a big name in desktop software, the truth is that most people don't think of cellphones the way t...