Individually, each of these new phone operating systems seem like a long shot, but collectively, they signal an interesting trend.
Check out the Ubuntu Edge smartphone.
78% of iPhone owners choose another iPhone.
[credit provider=”ubuntu” url=”http://www.ubuntu.com/devices/tablet”] This week, Ubuntu announced another mobile experience for consumers: Ubuntu for Tablets.Ubuntu is an alternative PC operating system popular in the hardcore tech community, but it’s recently made the move to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
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The Consumer Electronics Show extravaganza is over. To hear tech journalists tell it, CES is overrated and not as important to the future of technology as it once was.
Ubuntu is a new open-sourced operating system for smartphones that seeks to be a free alternative to Android and iOS.
[credit provider=”Ubuntu”] 2013 seems like an odd time to talk about a brand new smartphone operating system, but that’s just what we got yesterday from Ubuntu, a popular indie operating system for PCs that is making its way to the smartphone.Like Android, Ubuntu is based on Linux and will be […]
[credit provider=”Flickr/Trancept” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/trancept/4142043162/sizes/z/in/faves-osde-info/”] Sure Red Hat just crested the $1 billion-revenue mark with almost $150 million in profit while Canonical, maker of Ubuntu Linux, still isn’t profitable after seven years in business.Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth says … so what?