Mozilla recently posted images of the user interface for its Boot to Gecko mobile operating system and a development timeline Mozilla developers hope to start testing smartphones running its new mobile operating system this quarter, with product demos slated for the first quarter next year and "productization" set for before June 2012, according to a road map on the project's website. Mozilla announced the project, called B2G (Boot to Gecko), in July, describing it as an operating system for mobile devices that would run applications primarily on the Web. Developers hope B2G will help solve a problem that has long plagued the mobile industry: Developers must rewrite…

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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is touting Skype as a big social play, and with some reservations, tech analyst Allen Nogee agrees. "I think Microsoft is more than dabbling in socia l media. Microsoft is betting its future on it," said Nogee. "I don't think Skype really makes Microsoft a player in social networking, but Skype has a foothold in the mobile VoIP area, … so Microsoft is hoping to build upon that to its advantage." Will Skype give Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) street cred in social networking? At Web 2.0 on Tuesday, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer discussed the company's current and future projects. He touched on Windows Phone, Microsoft Office,…

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A record number of iPads and Mac computers were sold in the last 3 months says Apple Apple. But still,  iPhone haven't met the previsions of the Wall Street specialists for the third quarter of 2011.  Apple sold 17 million iPhones, having a 16%  sales dropping compared to the second quarter of 2011 when they managed to sell  20.3 million iPhones. The main cause of not meeting the expectancies might be represented by the announcement of "iPhone 5" launching (initially waited in July). Based on diverse rumors, people were expecting this fall a brand new iPhone, while Apple managed to launch only an improved version of iPhone4. Even if 4S is…

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Singaporean company Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies will release a small home hydrogen refueling and storage solution at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas later this week that could kickstart mankind’s transition to a hydrogen-based economy. The HYDROFILL is a small desktop device that plugs into the power supply, a solar panel or a small wind turbine, and automatically extracts hydrogen from its water tank and stores it in a solid form in small refillable cartridges. The cartridges contain metallic alloys that absorb hydrogen into their crystalline structure, a storage method which the company claims offers the highest volumetric energy density of any form of…

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