According a CNet article, Mozilla is working on a mobile version supporting mobile devices such as PDAs, mobile phones and even set-top boxes:
The Mozilla Foundation claims to be working with various phone
manufacturers, who are already using Minimo, a 'mini-Mozilla' browser for
Mozilla is hoping to move on from its success in the
browser desktop market, to tackle the market for browsers on consumer
devices, such as phones, PDAs and television set-top boxes.
the project leader of Minimo, the slimmed-down Mozilla browser, said that
Mozilla hopes to build on the success of Firefox.
"If Firefox is the greatest browser on the desktop, we need the greatest
browser on devices and are working hard on it," said Turner.
there are two mobile phone companies that are already using Minimo. He
cannot reveal the names of the companies that it is working with, but said
there will be at least one announcement in the near future regarding a
partnership with a TV manufacturer.
Minimo developers have already found a
solution to the problem of rendering Web pages on small devices. This
feature was included in both version 0.1 and 0.2 of Minimo. Turner claims
that this solution is already better than some products in the marketplace.
do terrible jobs," said Turner. "With Minimo, if it renders OK in Firefox,
it will render OK in Minimo."
"We can be ported to many platforms
that Opera can't," said Turner. "Mozilla has been developed to work on every
flavour of Unix and every type of processor, chip or widget set."
spokeswoman for Opera said that Mozilla doesn't have as much experience of
developing for mobile platforms. "These are interesting comments, although I
am not sure that delivering on many flavours of Unix is going to get you
onto very many mobile phones," said the spokeswoman. "We have been working
on mobile browsers for six years."
Read the complete article over at CNet.
Interesting news and I appreciate these developments. Hope it will make its way
to Windows Mobile as well.