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Mozilla Acquires Pocket

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Feb 28, 2017, 4:34 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Mozilla has purchased Pocket for an undisclosed sum. Mozilla is mostly known as the company behind the Firefox browser, while Pocket is a tool for saving and sharing content on the web. The two companies have worked together over the last year on several projects and found they had a shared vision for the future of the web. Mozilla and Pocket believe they can expand the reach of high-quality content while also protecting the openness of the web. Pocket's mobile app is available to Android and iOS devices, but the service is also accessible from desktop browsers. Pocket will operated as a wholly owned subsidiary of Mozilla, and will join the Mozilla Open Source project. Terms of the deal were not made public.


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