31 Oct '11, 3pm

Canonical preps Ubuntu for mobile devcies

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Canonical Ltd. is working on versions of its Ubuntu version of Linux for smartphones, tablets and intelligent embedded devices. The company announced its plans at its annual develop conference this week . Canonical's chief executive Mark Shuttleworth said the company will "bring Ubuntu to all the personal computing form factors, on phones, tablets, and smart-screens," according to a report in PC World . Shuttleworth confirmed the plans in a blog posted this morning. He said Ubuntu version 14.04 "will power tablets, phones, TVs and smart screens from the car to the office kitchen, and it will connect those devices cleanly and seamlessly to the desktop, the server and the cloud." Mobile versions of Ubuntu will run on Intel, AMD and ARM processors, he said. It will support multi-touch interfaces and displays of various sizes, he added. Nearly a dozen sectio...

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4230220/Reports--...

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