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  1. Firefox Aims to Get the World Online With Low-Cost Smartphone

    Spending hundreds of dollars on cell phones may soon be as dated as Internet Explorer if Mozilla gets its way. The firm that gave us Firefox — the free web browser that took the world by storm a decade ago — has developed a smartphone that costs just $25. It is aiming to meet Internet demand in the developing world. The Firefox OS is made of cheap components, but it has a web browser, calling and texting capabilities, a camera and room for apps, just like the iPhone but at a fraction of the cost.

    Source: Wired

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