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Pinterest Partners With Telefónica On Android Widget

Pinterest announced on Thursday that it has a new partnership with Telefónica, which will see a Pinterest Android widget made available to subscribers in the UK. The widget is available now, but Pinterest says it will become available in more countries in the coming weeks. “This updated Android experience makes it easy to see fresh pins and notifications without opening …

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Firefox OS Is Now Available In South America

Last month, Europeans were the first to get a taste of Firefox OS. Now two South American countries will get to see for themselves if Mozilla has something that can finally take on iOS and Android. Mozilla and Telefonica announced that they will be launching two Firefox OS devices today in Colombia and Venezuela. The devices in question – the …

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Here’s Your First Look At The Firefox OS Developer Preview Phones

Developers have been able to build apps for Firefox OS for a while now. The only caveat was that they had to build apps within a simulator as the hardware wasn’t available yet. That all changes soon as Mozilla has announced the first hardware being built with Firefox OS in mind. Mozilla announced this morning that it’s building two Firefox …

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Telefonica Joins Forces with Facebook, Google, Microsoft and RIM

Today, Telefonica Digital announced a new deal with Facebook, Google, Microsoft and RIM. The deal is a great opportunity for the companies involved to better monetize mobile content by incorporating payments into a user’s mobile phone bills. Telefonica, which is based in Europe, already has the framework in place to offer the service, and plans to have it up and …

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Mozilla Pioneers Open Web Devices Platform

At today’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla and Telefónica Digital announced in a press release that they have teamed up to create a new mobile platform that will facilitate the first HTML5-based devices running on the open Web. The new Open Web Devices platform (OWD), will help to establish HTML5 as the next major environment for smartphones, at low …

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