The First Ubuntu Smartphones Will Debut In October

The First Ubuntu Smartphones Will Debut In October

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Ubuntu’s recently announced mobile operating system certainly has some panache, which has prompted more than a few nerds (myself included) to become enamored with it. Thankfully, Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth has jsut recently given us a clearer idea of when to expect it — he told the Wall Street Journal...
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