Firefox OS has been in and out of the headlines over the past couple of years; at the 2013 MWC we went hands-on with the Firefox OS-powered ZTE Open, while there were definitely other phones powered by the browser-based operating system, like the Alcatel One Touch Fire. However, there was little to get excited about then, and the same can be said about the recent past.

According to Cnet, Firefox is planning a presence at this year’s upcoming MWC 2014. Not only that, but the report mentions an upcoming press release meant “to spread its message like wildfire, and to show off its latest progress and products”. Whatever that means, and whatever you manage to read into that… We’ll be there on the show floor and we’ll definitely give Firefox OS, and phones powered by it, another look, and this time, we hope to be (more) impressed and excited.

Source: Cnet

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