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.

Featured Research
  • [Infographic] 15 Questions to Ask When Selecting a VoIP Provider

    Deciding which phone system is right for your business can be difficult. With our VoIP technology blueprint, discover the top 15 questions you should ask VoIP vendors before you make a buying decision. more

  • 2017 Business VoIP Buyer's Guide

    In 2017, more business will transition to a VoIP phone system. If you are among them—or if you’ll be upgrading an existing VoIP system—you need to learn about the latest technologies and market trends. more

  • 2017 Business VoIP Trends

    VoIP and UC (Unified Communications) technology is advancing all of the time. In order to reap the many business benefits of VoIP, you need to learn about industry trends, including text messaging, WebRTC, Unified Communications as a Service, and more. more

  • The New 2016 IP Phone System Comparison Guide

    Choosing VoIP over traditional solutions makes sense for your business and your budget. But choosing the best VoIP solution isn't always easy. Our guide is an essential road map in your search for the best VoIP solution for your business. more

  • How to Select a Phone System in 10 Steps

    The success of your company depends on many constantly changing factors that drive you to innovate, create, and evolve to remain competitive and profitable in your industry. more