Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Feb 2010 12:53 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones "The notion of a Firefox smartphone browser seemed implausible only a few short years ago, but today it's very much a reality. Firefox Mobile for Maemo demonstrates the flexibility of the Firefox Web browser and its potential to bring a desktop-like browsing experience to constrained computing environments. It is truly an impressive achievement, but it's only the beginning of what Mozilla hopes to accomplish on handheld devices. Stay tuned for our follow-up about Weave, in which we will examine some of the opportunities for innovation created by Firefox Mobile."
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MicroB is still my favourite...
by HangLoose on Wed 3rd Feb 2010 13:42 UTC
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it is faster than Firefox, has flash enabled by default and I think it is still more intuitive to use.

But Firefox has weave, so every time I am on the go I use Firefox instead of MicroB. Weave is just so damn handy.

It is a tough choice now but N900 is no short of good browsers ;)

What a good dilemma Nokia has on its hands now. And in a few weeks Qt4.6 with webkit engine.;)

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