Mobile World Congress

See the following -

How Andy Rubin Kept Android Open-Source at Its Heart

Tom Cheshire | Wired Magazine | November 4, 2011

A year ago at Google HQ in Mountain View, Andy Rubin built a mechanical robot arm. "I put a hammer in its hand and connected it to a big Chinese gong. Whenever Android sells 10,000 units, the gong sounds and you can hear it through the whole building. When I designed it, it sounded three times a day: now it does it every three minutes. I really have to reprogram it..." Read More »

Mozilla Announces Marketplace for Open Web Apps

Edward Henning | The H Open | February 23, 2012

The Mozilla Foundation is planning its own app store where developers will be able to market their HTML5 web apps. Mozilla thinks that other marketplaces are too restrictive, which, it believes, has the effect of limiting the freedom of users and developers and of inhibiting innovation. Read More »

Why Firefox -- yes, Firefox -- will become the mobile OS to beat

Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry | CITEWorld | March 7, 2014

To the skeptics, Firefox OS doesn't stand much of a chance against the juggernaut that is Android. After all, Android is already free and open source...But hold on. There are a few things this narrative doesn't take into account. Read More »