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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

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Firefox 3.6 Works With The Accelerometer

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If you own a notebook or handheld device equipped with accelerometers, which are more common part of these PCs, the new Firefox 3.6 will be able to use that part of the equipment.

The new version of Firefox is able to take data of the orientation of the device from the built-in accelerometer and inform application executed in the browser window. In Mozilla think that this feature is useful for early web-lab type games where the user control the movement of an object with movement of device, such as (from “that” time) Marble Madness, for those which still remember it.

Of course, not exclude the possibility of some other applications outside of games, but in this moment nothing comes to mind...

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