Occasional Links: Android Demos, Future of Firefox, and Yahoo!-AOL

If you want to get the very first look at how Google plans to change the mobile web, pay attention to this week’s Mobile World Congress event, where according to Australian IT, several companies will be demoing the Android mobile operating system.

If you can’t wait for the next conference’s news, check out the big news from a conference that’s already happened: Mozilla evangelist Chris Blizzard presented at SCALE, and Ars Technica has great coverage of his talk on Mozilla’s goals and Firefox 3’s development.

Last, but not least, if you’re not sick of hearing speculation on Yahoo’s plans as it deals with Microsoft’s acquisition offer, I’ve written an analysis longer than TechCrunch’s own in the comments of their post about a possible Yahoo!/AOL merger.

Update: Matthew Graham responded to these points after I posted them in the comments of his own blog, and I’ve elaborated further on the benefits of a Yahoo!/AOL merger there.

I’ll be back to providing your semi-regularly scheduled in-depth content with context soon, with more on the future of social networking services. What else would you like me to write about?