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MWC – My top 3 things (James)

2015 was my first year of attending MWC. I really had no idea what to expect, Leigh and Dan have spent years going and covering a huge range of devices. This year was going to be no different, Garry, Leigh and I all arrived on the Saturday ready …

MWC – An evening with Mozilla and Firefox OS

Picture the scene, on top of a great big hill in the sun Mozilla unveiled the latest devices to run Firefox OS and amazingly one of them was a Smart TV made by Panasonic, yes a television running a Web based OS. They did have five new phones …

MWC – Orange launches the Klif in Africa and the Middle East.

Today Orange have announced the launch of the Klif handset in Africa and the Middle East along side an all inclusive mobile bundle and content portal. Starting at €35, the Orange Kilf deal includes the phone with a bundled data, voice and text message package. As an example Orange …

Geeksphone Revolution is now available from Amazon

Firefox OS, oh how I yearn to try you out on a mid range device from a Spanish company on a device that will dual boot Android. A few weeks ago we mentioned the launch of the dual booting Geeksphone Revolution. At that point you could only order …

Geeksphone Firefox phone on sale today

Geeksphone is a Spanish company that is pioneering Firefox OS smartphones, and today is the momentous day that they finally go on sale. The Keon, priced at 91 Euros and the Peak at 149 Euros (both excluding VAT), are the first of their kind, so are for the …

Geeksphone announce Firefox OS phones will be available from next week

If, like me, you’ve been following Firefox OS with great interest since the platform was officially unveiled in the summer of last year (and further demonstrated at Mobile World Congress this year), then I’ve got some good news for you. Geeksphone, who appear to be the first to start …

Boot2Gecko becomes Firefox OS and gets official launch partners!

Boot2Gecko has been one of Mozilla’s top priorities lately as they rush to get their HTML5 based OS off the ground and into the turbulent mobile world as soon as possible. So far Mozilla has done a good job getting companies on board, they’ve already got; Deutsche Telekom, …