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2/23/2014

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Worldwide smartphone sales (in thousands of units) to end users by operating system in 2013.(Source: Gartner)
Worldwide smartphone sales (in thousands of units) to end users by operating system in 2013.
(Source: Gartner)

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junko.yoshida
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Re: Promotion of Firefox OS
junko.yoshida   2/23/2014 12:55:25 PM
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@kinnar, my apologies. I meant, "Android Kitkat-level applications"

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Re: Promotion of Firefox OS
junko.yoshida   2/23/2014 12:55:17 PM
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@kinnar, my apologies. I meant, "Android Kitkat-level applications"

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Promotion of Firefox OS
Kinnar   2/23/2014 12:09:36 PM
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If Firefox OS can run on 128MB of RAM it is really a very great design, but will it be able to run the android applications on it? The article says Android KitKat based applications are supported on Firefox OS, if it really does that then Mozilla should first launch an emulator that can run on Android old versions supporting the KitKat applications. It will really create an awareness among android users and people will rate the OS.

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Really a great news from Firefox
Kinnar   2/23/2014 12:01:51 PM
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It is indeed a very good initiative taken by Spreadtrum and Mozilla, this will really extend the reach of the present day mobile access pattern to virtually all the users of mobile phones. At present the entry level mobile consumers are not being able to use the benefit of the web bases application access properly. With this mostly all of them will be able to have reach to those applications like whatsapp, facebook, viber, tango etc. Simultaniously it will also provide opportunity for the mobile service providers to earn more on data access.

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