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Canonical Answers Ubuntu Phone Critics

Not everyone thinks Canonical can create a unified Ubuntu for PCs, smartphones, tablets and TVs. But Mark Shuttleworth has an answer for them.

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Say Hello To Androidly: An All-In-One Smartwatch

An Indian start up has announced a smart watch called Androidly which is claimed to be better than many other similar devices available in the market.

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Samsung Android: Better than Google's Android

Google is frequently blasted for letting Android become too fragmented, with different versions and OEM customizations. Samsung has customized Android extensively and it's now better than Google's version.

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Archos Launches Free Version Of Android Video Player

So you always wanted to buy the Archos Video Player but never really gave it a spin because of its price? Well, there's now a free, ad supported version of the app available in the Google Play Store.

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Developer Preview for Ubuntu Phone Due This Week

A developer preview of Ubuntu for Phones will be made available this week, installable on the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4. Source code is also due to be released to enable porting to other devices...

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