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Fennec Alpha Released For Android, Nokia N900

An early, pre-alpha version of Mozilla’s Fennec mobile browser has been around for months, but the Firefox developer has today released an official full alpha for download. And it’s not just Android that’s benefiting – the mobile browser has also been released for Nokia’s N900 smartphone.

Burning Brighter: The Future Of Firefox, Browsers, The Web

Remember the Browser Wars of the Aughts? Internet Exploder gripped the web. Firefox 1.0 challenged the king. Six years later, IE is waning. (But still strong.) WebKit rules smartphones. Where does Mozilla, and the web, go from here?

Download Firefox Fennec For Android

The first build you can install of Firefox for Android – aka Fennec – is “pre-alpha”, but I doubt that’ll stop you. You’ll need a Droid or Nexus One, though. [Download via Vlad1]

Try Firefox (Fennec) For Android Right Now

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Watching Firefox Mobile (Fennec) has been frustrating. First, it arrives for Nokia tablets. But who uses Nokia tablets? Then, for Windows Mobile, which is dying. Thankfully, Fennec for Android – its only viable platform, for now – is coming along nicely.

This Is What Firefox On Android Looks Like Right Now

When I first saw this, I was tempted to call fake. I mean, why the hell is a desktop version of Firefox running on Android? What happened to Fennec? But rest assured, this is real – and actually, very encouraging.

What On Earth Is Mozilla's Mystery iPhone App?

Mozilla’s CEO says an iPhone app is due within a few weeks, and that it’ll “surprise people.” I mean, that’s neat and all, but the most exciting possibility—Firefox—would be the least surprising. So, uh, what is it?

Firefox Achieves One Billion Downloads, 31% Marketshare

Firefox, the open-source upstart launched in 2004, is officially now a powerhouse, having been downloaded over one billion times in the last five years. Hell, it’s prominent enough to attract the attention of the Secretary of State.

The Month In Windows Mobile Apps: Fennec the Fox Gets Some Exercise

In yet another one of our new mobile app roundups, we’ve taken a reckless swan dive into the vast, burbling ocean of Windows Mobile software. Mozilla’s Fennec browser goes for a test run, VLC gets a remote, and more.

Mobile Firefox Hits Beta 1, Available for Nokia N810

A walkthrough of Fennec (mobile Firefox) beta release 1.The Firefox Mobile, a.k.a. Fennec, just hit Beta 1, and can be downloaded right now for any Nokia N810 internet tablet. No “real” phones can use this yet.

Firefox Mobile Pre-Alpha Now Available for VGA Windows Mobile Phones

Just as Mozilla’s developer wiki cryptically promised last week, a pre-alpha build of Firefox Mobile ‘Fennec’ has been made available for the HTC Touch Pro, though it’ll work on many other VGA (480×640) WinMo phones.

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