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Jolla Oy [1] (sometimes referred to as Jolla Ltd. ) is a Finnish technology company; a vendor of mobile devices [2] and the developer of Sailfish OS . [3] Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Jolla has its own research and development offices in Helsinki , Tampere and Cyberport , Hong Kong. Jolla was founded in 2011 by former Nokia staff of the MeeGo project team to utilise the MeeGo opportunities and its "endless possibilities" .

Pronounced 'yolla', the company name is Finnish for dinghy (a small agile boat or life rescue boat). It was intended as an ironic joke about the "burning platform memo" which contained the metaphor to "jump into the cold sea water" or "burn with burning platform" used in context of the Nokia business activities, in the memo leaked by then-Nokia CEO Stephen Elop in February 2011, with Osborne effect -like consequences. [4]

In 2005, Nokia created a new Linux operating system called OS2005, which shipped with the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet . It was renamed Maemo (version 5) and shipped with the Nokia N900 in 2009. An alliance Nokia and Intel merged their Maemo and Moblin (also an open source Linux OS) projects, respectively, into a new project called MeeGo in 2010. Nokia announced that year that the N8 would be the last flagship phone to run Symbian , and "Going forward, N-series devices will be based on MeeGo". [5]

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Firefox can have themes added to it, so users can experience Firefox in a more personal way. There are websites where users can create and download personalized themes, with their choice of colors and images. This can make the experience of using Firefox more fun compared to other web browsers that do not offer custom-built themes. However, Mozilla has announced its intention to discontinue Firefox themes. [56] The Firefox add-on website also gives users the ability to add other applications such as games, ad-blockers, screenshot apps, and many other useful apps. [55] [57]

Firefox implements many web standards , including HTML4 (almost full HTML5 ), XML , XHTML , MathML , SVG 2 (partial), [58] [59] CSS (with extensions), [60] ECMAScript ( JavaScript ), DOM , XSLT , XPath , and APNG (Animated PNG ) images with alpha transparency . [61] Firefox also implements standards proposals created by the WHATWG such as client-side storage, [62] [63] and canvas element . [64] These standards are implemented through the Gecko layout engine, and Spidermonkey JavaScript engine.

Firefox has passed the Acid2 standards-compliance test since version 3.0. [65] Mozilla had originally stated that they did not intend for Firefox to pass the Acid3 test fully because they believed that the SVG fonts part of the test had become outdated and irrelevant, due to WOFF being agreed upon as a standard by all major browser makers. [66] Because the SVG font tests were removed from the Acid3 test in September 2011, Firefox 4 and greater scored 100/100. [67] [68]

Jolla Oy [1] (sometimes referred to as Jolla Ltd. ) is a Finnish technology company; a vendor of mobile devices [2] and the developer of Sailfish OS . [3] Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Jolla has its own research and development offices in Helsinki , Tampere and Cyberport , Hong Kong. Jolla was founded in 2011 by former Nokia staff of the MeeGo project team to utilise the MeeGo opportunities and its "endless possibilities" .

Pronounced 'yolla', the company name is Finnish for dinghy (a small agile boat or life rescue boat). It was intended as an ironic joke about the "burning platform memo" which contained the metaphor to "jump into the cold sea water" or "burn with burning platform" used in context of the Nokia business activities, in the memo leaked by then-Nokia CEO Stephen Elop in February 2011, with Osborne effect -like consequences. [4]

In 2005, Nokia created a new Linux operating system called OS2005, which shipped with the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet . It was renamed Maemo (version 5) and shipped with the Nokia N900 in 2009. An alliance Nokia and Intel merged their Maemo and Moblin (also an open source Linux OS) projects, respectively, into a new project called MeeGo in 2010. Nokia announced that year that the N8 would be the last flagship phone to run Symbian , and "Going forward, N-series devices will be based on MeeGo". [5]