There aren’t a lot of Android devices on the market that utilize an Intel processor, but that’s not stopping Mozilla developers from adding full x86 support to the to-do list for Firefox. Mark Finkle, head of Firefox mobile development, has posted on his personal blog that an early developer build is now available for those

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There aren’t a lot of Android devices on the market that utilize an Intel processor, but that’s not stopping Mozilla developers from adding full x86 support to the to-do list for Firefox. Mark Finkle, head of Firefox mobile development, has posted on his personal blog that an early developer build is now available for those

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