In a recent blog entry, Mark Shuttleworth, owner of Canonical and the de facto leader of Ubuntu development, announced that future versions of the OS will be optimized for tablets and smartphones.
Ubuntu Heading to TVs, Smartphones and Tablets. Joey Sneddon Updated 30 October 2011. News / Ubuntu Tablet. we’ll embrace the challenge of how to use Ubuntu on smartphones, tablets and smart-screens.” and they want Ubuntu on the tablet, too! Ubuntu 14.04.
With the great Ubuntu 14.04 unification of 2014, Ubuntu phones will be able to plug into Ubuntu notebooks, tablets, or Ubuntu TV devices for seamless scaling to the big screen, says Canonical. In addition, an Ubuntu phone user will be able to connect a keyboard or display to …
Second, this process uses the desktop version of Ubuntu to install the mobile OS on your device, so you’ll need a laptop or PC running Ubuntu.
Today, Ubuntu 14.04 was released, which has made the software fully ready for tablets. Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth said in March that the first Ubuntu phones will likely come out this fall , but since manufacturers won’t need to worry about carriers, there is a fair chance that we’ll see commercially available Ubuntu tablets before then.
The last time we installed Ubuntu Touch on anything was about a year ago, shortly after the release of Ubuntu 13.04.That version of the phone and tablet operating system was more a proof-of
The Ubuntu 14.04 release will run on a wider variety of appliances than ever before, with tablet computers and in car computers to be targeted. This would be more reliable and usable than the Windows mobile operating system that is powering the Windows mobile telephone and of course many computers around the world.
Ubuntu tablet OS: screenshots and details 2. Canonical has unveiled the tablet interface for Ubuntu , part of its effort to create a single OS across smartphones, tablets, PCs and TVs.
Here are instructions for installing Ubuntu on devices (phone and tablet). Supported devices. Target devices under active development are here. Then, the device boots from the recovery image and installs Ubuntu as the normal OS. Finally, the device boots into Ubuntu for devices.
Ubuntu is an open source software operating system that runs from the desktop, to the cloud, to all your internet connected things.
So, we’ll embrace the challenge of how to use Ubuntu on smartphones, tablets and smart-screens.» In a December 2012 Slashdot interview, Shuttleworth made it clear that Ubuntu on mobile was still
Mark Shuttleworth announced on 31 October 2011 that by Ubuntu 14.04, the goal was that Ubuntu would support smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and other smart screens (such as car head units and smartwatches), but to date has only been supported by vendors on a few smartphones, one tablet and a number of third-party devices which hobbyists have ported the operating system to.
Source model: Open source
11 comment(s) for: Ubuntu Touch is getting closer and closer to commercial release. The phone version of the software has been essentially done since October, but there haven’t been any devices to hit the market because of the needed work to deal with carriers. Today, Ubuntu 14.04 was released, which has made the software fully ready for tablets
Apr 18, 2014 · Ubuntu 14.04 ‘Trusty Tahr’ has arrived, a mere week after the death of Windows XP, complete with improved high-DPI display and tablet capabilities. Publicly available downloads of …