“Mozilla has confirmed that it will launch its first version of Firefox for mobile this month,” Dan Worth reports for iTNews. “A company spokesperson told V3.co.uk that a final version will be out before the end of the year, and a release candidate will be launched next week.”
“Mobile Firefox will be based around the soon-to-be-launched Firefox 3.6,” Worth reports.
“The software will initially be available only on Nokia’s N900 handset, which uses the Linux-based Maemo operating system, and will be able to run 30 or so Firefox extensions,” Worth reports. “A Windows Mobile version of Firefox should arrive next year, and a Google Android version is also in development.”
Worth reports, “Mozilla will announce more details on the mobile platform next week.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “James W.” for the heads up.]