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Submitted by SJIND 573d ago | opinion piece

Ubuntu for Smartphones: What it Means for You

Technobuffalo: Canonical, the parent company that oversees the Ubuntu operating system, announced on Wednesday that it has plans to deploy smartphones that are powered by Ubuntu this year. That’s amazing news for consumers, especially if you’re like us and appreciate choice in the marketplace. But what does it really mean, and what will Ubuntu for smartphones offer? How does it differ from Ubuntu for Android? Let’s dive in. (Android, Phones, Ubuntu)

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