This week I received the Firefox OS Keon. This phone is for developers who want to build mobile web apps and better quality mobile websites.
This was a big week for the web and players in the mobile world. Here are highlights from the BlackBerry Live and Google I/O tech events.
Firefox OS is a mobile operating system from Mozilla. Its goal is to push the boundaries of the open Web as a platform. Why should you care?
This is the fifth in a series of posts on interesting third party mobile browsers. This post focuses on Dolphin for Android and iOS.
During mobile web development you will have a time when your site looks off. Here we look at remote debugging tools to help fix your design.
Mobile website design requires you to make difficult decisions ranging from implementation decisions, SEO impact, and user experience.
Simple table that shows what company owns what Operating System and what companies just deliver mobile devices using that OS.
This is the fourth in a series of posts on interesting third party browsers for the mobile Web. Read part 1: Opera Mini, part 2: Opera Mobile, and part 3: NetFront Life. First off, I will offer full disclosure before I continue with this post. I currently own the Motorola Droid, which has a known […]
This is the third in a series of posts on interesting third party browsers for the mobile Web. Read part 1: Opera Mini, and part 2: Opera Mobile. Moving away from Opera we now begin to look at some of the other active mobile browsers on the market. The NetFront Life browser from ACCESS Co. […]
This is the second in a series of posts on interesting third party browsers for the mobile Web. Read part 1: Opera Mini. Last time I discussed Opera’s primary mobile offering when I talked about their Opera Mini product. Today I will be focusing on Opera’s second offering, the Opera Mobile browser. But first I […]