Here comes the Mozilla Seabird, an open web smartphone

Updated: January 07, 2011

Facebook has been extremely vague about what their ideas are for their so-called Facebook Phone. Now that they stopped denying it looks like it will be based on Google’s Android platform. Facebook is not the only web company considering creating a phone as Mozilla appears to be throwing their hat in the ring. Mozilla Labs blog unveiled Seabird, an Android-based phone designed around the principles of the open web. While Mozilla officially denies they are making a phone there are many who think otherwise. Keep your eye open, the next Mozilla phone may be coming to a store near you.

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