Nokia has finally upgraded the N900 to include a large number of updates that helps turn the internet behemoth into a more mainstream phone.
Mozilla might be all about pre-alpha Android builds these days, but that hasn't stopped it updating Firefox for the N900.
Nokia could be set to attack the nascent tablet market now that Apple has dipped its toe into the water.
The Nokia N900 has already been treated to one firmware update this week, which allowed access to the company's Ovi Store.
The Nokia N900 is gearing up for its own flavour of the Ovi Store, Nokia's application portal for mobile phones.
Vodafone's plans to release the N900 for the UK in January have taken a turn for the more concrete, with it emerging that the phone will be available on 7 January.
Vodafone are official carriers of the Nokia N900 handset in the UK, with the telco unveiling the device on its website.
The latest addition to the Nokia family is the first device running Maemo 5, a new OS that takes the best of Nokia's internet tablet range and stuffs it into a phone-sized chassis.