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Ubuntu's New Phone OS Looks Amazing

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  1. NetGeek Occupying Sherdog

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    Ubuntu has done a fantastic job merging the desktop to the phone it seems. At first it looked poor their first efforts of merging the two but now it looks like they are getting it together. When they first started to make the desktop look more like a phone/desktop OS it failed now it's now starting to come together.

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  3. spaghettilegs Fan Belt

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    That is pretty good.

    Good for consumers to have more options and an open source one at that.
    I actually like the Unity UI on desktop and think it should perform well on mobile platforms.

    I am really interested in trying it out.
     
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    It looks good.
     
  5. TheFirstEMP Overdone and dry! Platinum Member

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    Haven't used Ubuntu too much but when I did I enjoyed it. Nicely structured UI.
     
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    If I played around with it, I could find several things wrong with it, muvh like windows 8.
     
  7. NetGeek Occupying Sherdog

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    Fun facts you can install it on Android phones so it can replace Android. Another fun fact it does not require JVM "Java Virtual Machine" meaning the applications will run faster. It will run natively on that Android phone and they are apparently making an installer for Google phones at first. It also has the Android API built into the OS so it may be possible in the future to run JVM and Android apps.

    http://blogs.computerworld.com/linu...ux-run-android-handsets-who-saw-coming-itbwcw
     
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  9. Madmick Zugzwang Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Wow. Ubuntu is maturing at an incredible rate. With Valve now working aggressively to port and support gaming on Linux this OS is gaining another foothold in the desktop market. This platform is becoming more and more appealing to me.
     
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    They're had this picture on there website for a couple of years now. Cool concept though.
     
  11. fatalis Hang yourself with a belt

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    Looks good but Ubuntu sounds so like an African warlord
     
  12. Space WR GOAT Banned

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    Not a single panty was dropped.

    The ensuing conversation whereby you even explain what it is will leave the vag as dry as the Sahara.
     
  13. Sohei Its just a flu bro!

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    Because Ubuntu is actually a Swahili word meaning solidarity.
     
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    Windows 8 = nr.1





    j/k
     

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