Firefox mobile browser launching soon; Nexus One specs leak?

> Open-source software developer Mozilla said its much-anticipated Firefox mobile browser--dubbed "Fennec"--is days away from release. Article

> The blog Engadget posted what it said are the specs for the HTC Nexus One, a.ka. the "Google Phone." Article

> Mobile phones in the U.S. accessed Google Search more than any other website between January and September 2009, according to new data from Nielsen. Article

> Verizon Wireless announced it will add Discovery Communications-owned cable outlet TLC to its V Cast Mobile TV service. Article

And finally... Derek McManus, the CTO at O2 UK, recently noted that watching a YouTube video on a smartphone uses the same amount of network capacity as sending 500,000 text messages simultaneously. Article

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