The first week of March saw Ubuntu’s Mark Shuttleworth committing to a likely release of a of a ‘working’ Ubuntu Touch phone for developers, in ‘a couple of week’. The keyword in the announcement is of course ‘a couple of weeks.’
The ongoing Ubuntu Developer Summit at FL, today became the platform on which Mark Shuttleworth, announced that Ubuntu Linux will soon be available across all smart devices – Smartphones, tablets and smart TVs. Mark Shuttleworth as founder of Canonical, the commercial arm of Ubuntu, while making the keynote address at the Summit also announced short […]
The busy beehive at Google has paused the distribution of its seminal Open Source Android (version 3.0) meant exclusively for the new generation of tablets. Called Honeycomb, the Android (3.0) saw fans going gaga over the high capability when it moves to new tablets and eventually to Smartphones as well.
71Posted March 28, 2011 by admin
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