By Stephen Schenck | February 17, 2012 2:47 AM
Smartphone users are probably most familiar with Mozilla for its work on mobile versions of Firefox, but the foundation has much grander ideas in mind for what it could offer mobile devices. We got our first inkling of this project last summer, when Mozilla revealed plans for Boot2Gecko, an ambitious project to offer a new smartphone operating system built on web-based apps. Today we get to see just what the team has been up to for the past seven months, thanks to a whole bunch of new screenshots and some detailed descriptions of how the platform will work.
Mozilla intends to demonstrate Boot2Gecko at the Mobile World Congress, and may be ready for a release sometime in Q2.