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MICROSOFT'S HOLOLENS 2 WILL BE ABLE TO RUN THE FIREFOX BROWSER NATIVELY
Of course Microsoft will be doing its own implementation of its Edge browser for its HoloLens 2 augmented-reality headset. But Mozilla is all in, too, and has committed to doing a native implementation of its browser for the HoloLens 2 device. Microsoft Technical Fellow and HoloLens founder Alex Kipman made that announcement during the debut of the HoloLens2 at Mobile World Congress on February 24. HoloLens apps are available from the Microsoft Store, just as they are on other Windows 10-based devices. Microsoft didn't reveal specific timing for the HoloLens 2 prototype of the Firefox Reality browser (nor for the updated version of the Edge browser based on Chromium for the device). But developers can preorder HoloLens 2 devices today. Standalone devices cost $3,500; subscription plans also are available for those who want to rent them. HoloLens 2 will ship later this year, officials said. Update: It looks like Mozilla is spreading the love around. HTC announced Mozilla will be a partner for its Vive virtual reality system back in January. MARY JO FOLEY READ MORE