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Submitted by etechmag 603d ago | news

Ubuntu OS for Phones Announced and Expected To Launch In 2014

ETECHMAG: Ubuntu’s makers, Canonical has announced that they’re going to launch Ubuntu OS for phones in 2014. The Linux-based OS will use the same kernel as Google’s Android. (Gadgets, Hi-tech)

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kaozgamer  +   603d ago
its gonna be awesome
etechmag  +   603d ago
This definitely does look great! I like the interface a lot! I can't wait to see how the performance scales compared to some of the other platforms. Things are certainly going to be interesting.
newsguy  +   602d ago
Isn't that what android is?....
SilentNegotiator  +   602d ago
Well sure, in the sense that Ubuntu and Mint are the same. *SNORT* HAHAHAHAHAHA
*Nerds High-fiving each other*

Give me a Ubuntu tablet.
Speed-Racer  +   602d ago
iOS, Ubuntu, and Android are all Linux based....so it really comes down to how well each developer can make a good UX and set up proper back end resource management.
KingPin  +   602d ago
innovative on so many levels.

loving it. cant wait to get my hands on it.

just started using ubuntu 12.04LTS after trying windows 8. yeah, i think linux is the future.
vanethe  +   602d ago
i always wanted to try it , but im too scared that i can't find the programs that i use on ubunt
vanethe  +   602d ago
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etechmag  +   601d ago
I am currently using Ubuntu, and it's amazing! I've been using it for 4 months now, and I have only found one software I want to use which isn't compatible with Linux, but the developer said they'll be adding support soon -- however, there are alternatives out there.
etechmag  +   601d ago
I have a dual-boot set up with Windows 7, and I use Ubuntu 12.10 99% of the time. I would definitely suggest that you give it a try.
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