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+ - Ubuntu's Phone OS Is Nothing Without Hardware

Submitted by adeelarshad82
adeelarshad82 (1482093) writes "What do OpenMoko, Tuxphone, Wildseed, LiMo and Gecko have in common? All great concepts, none ever took off. Similarly while Canonical may have startled the tech world by announcing a new Linux-based operating system for phones, it's hard to imagine why this would be any different than the other ones. As one mobile analyst explains, fact is between long development cycle and lack of hardware support, none of these concepts will go the distance."
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Ubuntu's Phone OS Is Nothing Without Hardware

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