Firefox OS is a Linux-based open-source operating system for smartphones and tablet computers. Its project name was Boot to Gecko (B2G). It is being developed by Mozilla, the non-profit organization best known for the Firefox web browser. Firefox OS runs HTML5-based web apps.
A guide to develop a simple sample app for Firefox OS using HTML5.
News of the appearance of a Firefox OS tablet in pre-retail form in the Foxconn booth at Computex expo in Taipei, Taiwan in 2013.
Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs calls for greater smartphone fragmentation at MWC.
Claims that the operating system is more likely to succeed in the emerging markets than challenge iOS or Android.
Terrence O'Brien predicts a bleak future for the platform because it is built entirely on HTML5.
The first Firefox OS smartphone, the ZTE Open is found to prove that web apps can do the work of their native equivalents.
Official page of the operating system, presenting all its features.
Add-on for the Firefox desktop browser to simulate the mobile operating system.
Forum to learn and share knowledge about Firefox OS.
Commentary on Mozilla's announcement of the Boot to Gecko (B2G) project.
Review of Boot to Gecko (later Firefox OS) after Mozilla's presentation at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in 2012.
Review of the changes in Firefox OS 1.1 after its release.
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