Mobile commerce will soon have a new Mozilla operating system in the mix

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The company has already received backing from a number of major telecom companies. Mozilla has announced that it is taking a significant leap into the mobile commerce sphere, as it receives the backing from many major telecom operators for its new operating system for smartphones – comparable to its Firefox internet browser – which should cause quite a stir with top rivals Apple Inc. and Google Inc. Mozilla has just released the names of the various mobile network operators that are backing the platform. They are: Sprint, Deutsche Telekom, Telenor,…

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Mozilla places focus on “do not track” feature for mobile

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Mozilla, creator of the popular Firefox web browser for computers, has announced that it is now developing an open-source operating system for both tablets and smartphones that will supports “do not track” from its very foundation. Many standard web browsers for computers now include a feature that allows users to opt out of online tracking with a “do not track” option which indicates to third parties – such as marketing companies, advertisers, etc. – that the user does not want to be tracked. This option has been exceptionally limited for…

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