Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Feb 2014 19:13 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu

Canonical today announces it has signed agreements with mobile device manufacturers bq (Spain) and Meizu (China) to bring Ubuntu smartphones to consumers globally. Canonical is working with these partners to ship the first Ubuntu devices on the latest hardware in 2014. Ubuntu has also received significant support from the world's biggest carriers, some of which intend to work with OEM partners to bring phones to market this year.

Good news for Canonical.

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Comment by twitterfire
by twitterfire on Thu 20th Feb 2014 09:22 UTC
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Buy a Ubuntu phone and realize I have no useful apps for it? Run Android apps on it? No thanks, I'd rather buy another Android phone.

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RE: Comment by twitterfire
by charlieg on Thu 20th Feb 2014 10:35 in reply to "Comment by twitterfire"
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That's a great way of thinking. If everybody thought like that, we'd still be running DOS.

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RE: Comment by twitterfire
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Thu 20th Feb 2014 18:28 in reply to "Comment by twitterfire"
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It has a pretty good suduku app.

I mean that seriously it is the greatest suduku app I've ever seen, and as a joke as to the breadth of content that is there.

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