Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 27th Feb 2013 22:42 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones "Firefox OS could actually be wildly successful, no matter how underwhelming the actual phones may be. And that's because - at least for now - you're not the customer; your carrier is." I'm extremely disappointed by Firefox OS so far. There's nothing wrong with the low-end hardware we've seen during MWC, but there is something wrong with low-end hardware that can't even properly run its operating system. To make matters worse, carriers are the boss here. Terrible first impression.
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Why would the producers of THE sluggish, clunky desktop browser suddenly get things right on a new platform?

You haven't used firefox in a while now, have you?
It's far faster than chromium for me, and uses WAY less RAM.
Chromium with a couple of tabs open will quickly shoot up over a gig of RAM used in total; it's ridiculous, and the process separation idea is totally ludicrous.

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