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    There's more on the way in 2010, Sullivan said:

    Support for multitouch displays for a more sophisticated user interface.

    Support for haptic feedback, such as the phone vibrating when a virtual keyboard key is tapped.

    The ability to control a camera.

    Support for Electrolysis, Mozilla's project to split tasks such as the user interface, tabs, and plug-ins into separate processes. That improves stability and performance, he said.

    Support for JetPack, Mozilla's next-generation extensions system.

    S Integration of the Weave synchronization software so it's no longer a plug-in.

    Support for WebGL, an interface to provide browsers with accelerated 3D graphics.

    Faster execution of JavaScript programs that are common and increasingly powerful on the Web.

    First Mobile Firefox enters home stretch | Deep Tech - CNET News

    Besides the Palm Pre is mentioned several times in this article, my question is DOES FIREFOX MOBILE WILL COME FOR PRE OR NOT?
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    it will. Sometime next year.
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    It will probably come out just in time for the Pre browser to come out with support for Flash and make the Mobile FF obsolete. haha
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    Thread was started yesterday. If you would like, here is the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finally Pre View Post
    Thread was started yesterday. If you would like, here is the link.

    I waited for the automatic thread search and did not bring up a similar post, any at all ??????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spader View Post
    It will probably come out just in time for the Pre browser to come out with support for Flash and make the Mobile FF obsolete. haha
    That is a good point Flash/Firefox mobile
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrloserpunk View Post
    it will. Sometime next year.
    That is great Thanks

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