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Mozilla Partners With Panasonic To Bring Firefox OS To the TV 55

Posted by samzenpus
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An anonymous reader writes "At CES 2014 in Las Vegas today, Mozilla announced its plans for Firefox OS this year. Having launched Firefox OS for smartphones in 2013, the company has now partnered with Panasonic to bring its operating system to TVs, and also detailed the progress that has been made around the tablet and desktop versions."
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Mozilla Partners With Panasonic To Bring Firefox OS To the TV

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  • by Tablizer (95088) on Monday January 06, 2014 @07:29PM (#45882863) Journal

    So now everyday TV watchers can experience the frequent random silly UI "upgrades" just like the rest of us. If you think losing the remote inside the couch is frustrating, imagine the buttons scrambling themselves randomly at 3am, and with "explanations" such as, "we are just gradually preparing for the future Flux Capacitor interface kit by mixing the old and new styles, whether they gel or not."

  • by bob_super (3391281) on Monday January 06, 2014 @07:39PM (#45882911)

    My smart TV is running windows.
    It runs every browser and most of my favorite apps, flash, video, and it even runs productivity software, games, and non-latin websites.

    Just don't mind the little box behind the flat screen.

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