We take a shot at uncovering the potential benefits and disadvantages for Android users should a third major platform emerge in the mobile ecosystem.
In a blogspot, Mark Shuttleworth hit back at detractors who believe that Ubuntu should continue to be exclusive, because it was “hard.” Ubuntu (and Unity) is not just for the leet, he says. Do you agree?
They say you have to watch out for false prophets, which might very well be the case with the world’s first alleged Ubuntu tablet.
Bang on schedule, the Ubuntu 12.10 Touch developer preview is up and available for download. Eager developers can now flash Ubuntu on their Nexus devices and begin tinkering away.
It look’s like we’ll see Ubuntu phones in early 2014, not late 2013 as previously reported.
An image posted on HTC’s twitter feed shows that we could possibly be seeing a tablet unveiled at HTC’s big event on Tuesday.
Canonical marks February 21 as the day when its Touch Developer Preview of Ubuntu will be finally available to test on Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4 smartphones.
Ubuntu Phone OS, a new challenger in the mobile ecosystem, won’t be coming anytime soon but its side panel feature can now be previewed via an Android app.
Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth confirmed to the WSJ that Ubuntu phone is going to be launched commercially in early October 2013 in “two large geographic markets.”
With a few operating systems on offer for your mobile device, do you need more options to consider? Will any of the new crop be able to challenge Android?