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Old 23rd Dec 2009, 15:13   #1
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Firefox 'Fennec' due in days

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/bits/20...-due-in-days/1

The smartphone-optimised version of Mozilla's Firefox - codenamed Fennec - is due in the next few days, according to a spokesman from the Mozilla Foundation

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Old 23rd Dec 2009, 15:35   #2
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i cannot wait for this, the standard browser in the hero is ok but nothing special.

does anyoine know if this will support current FF plugins?
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Old 23rd Dec 2009, 15:48   #3
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I've been running the beta on my toshiba tg01 for a few weeks, it's very nice. Can't wait for a final release on winmo, the beta is much better than IE/Opera
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Old 23rd Dec 2009, 16:21   #5
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Been running the beta on my n900 and it's fantastic, although the maemo browser is also fantastic and is based on firefox anyway (i think)

Also the n900 has been avalible on contract with vodafone and pay as you go on the nokia site for a while now

http://www.nokiaretail.co.uk/Brands/...nt_n97_wrapper
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Looking forward to this on WinMo... had a go with an very early beta which was rubbish - it loaded something but I have no idea what and wasn't a web page at all.

It will have to be good to beat Opera though.
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Also the n900 has been avalible on contract with vodafone and pay as you go on the nokia site for a while now
Huh - they snuck that out sans fanfare. I was in two minds as to whether I should get the N900 or the Motorola Milestone, and ended up with the Milestone as I didn't think the N900 was available yet.
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Not to excited about it. The default browser on the N900 is firefox based already and is more than adequate. It has flash, javascript, and firefox addons can be ported to it easily (I have adblock plus and greasemonkey installed). I tried the Fennec beta on the n810 and it was unbelievably slow, but I imagine it has changed since then.
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AFAIK This is already on the N900 anyway.
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