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Mozilla and Google ARMwrestle Microsoft

May 15, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Windows 8 will be built for both traditional PCs as well as devices that use ARM processors, like tablets. But ARM Windows devices won’t allow the use of browsers other than Internet Explorer, and that decision has Mozilla accusing Redmond of restricting user choice and chilling innovation. The Firefox maker also raised questions about antitrust regulations. Google reportedly shares Mozilla’s concerns.

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