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Ubuntu Touch Will Now Only Officially Support Nexus 4, Nexus 7

The engineers over at Canonical responsible for developing the Ubuntu Touch operating system have recently announced some big support changes. The Ubuntu based operating system designed to be used for mobile devices will now only support the Nexus 4 smartphone and the Nexus 7 tablet. A lot of developers were expecting the Nexus 5, which

First Stable Build Of Ubuntu Touch Coming This October 17th

The crowdfunded Ubuntu Edge smartphone may already be dead but that doesn’t mean that we won’t be seeing Ubuntu run on smartphones. The Ubuntu phone team recently announced through their mailing list message that the Ubuntu Touch, the OS that would have been used by the Edge, will have an October 17 release date which

Ubuntu Touch Experimental Port Works On Xperia Tablet Z

Ubuntu Touch is a new mobile interface for Ubuntu being developed by Canonical. Its main purpose is to bring the Ubuntu experience to touchscreen devices.  Applications that run on the desktop version of Ubuntu will also be able to run on the mobile version and vice versa. Mobile devices with Ubuntu Touch can also be

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Ubuntu Phone Touch lock screen now available on Android

Ubuntu Phone OS was first spotted at CES, where Canonical decided to unveil their new mobile project to make another open source mobile platform, with a gesture based user interface. For a while it all went quiet, then Canonical launched Ubuntu Edge on IndieGogo, asking for $27 million in funding to get the first Ubuntu

Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview Now Available for Download

Ubuntu Touch or Ubuntu Mobile OS is one of the new mobile OSes under development in 2013. This year has been rightly touted as the year of new mobile OSes as we’re going to see many new platforms surface. To begin with, the Firefox OS is currently seeing widespread coverage, then there’s the Tizen OS