Sullivan also spoke about Windows Mobile. There is an alpha version for the OS but now that Microsoft has announced the made from scratch Windows Phone 7, Mozilla needs to decide whether or not to target Windows Mobile 6.5 or 7. And while Sullivan did say that he didn't know too much about the MeeGo joint venture between Nokia and Intel, he deemed it an exciting opportunity. "Nokia has been a great partner for us, helped Firefox Mobile to get better, and we hope that continues, he said. "Mozilla has also been in Moblin (Intel's previous Linux-based platform) for a while, and that company has contributed a lot over the years.It all lines up pretty well, although I don't know how it will all shake out." For Android users, it shakes out to another browser choice. For Windows Mobile, it depends on what Sullivan decides to do.
source: TechRadar via BGR