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The 2013 Case for Open Mobile Devices--from Phones to Tablets

 In a post a few weeks ago, I discussed the impending arrival of a slew of mobile phones based on Firefox OS and Ubuntu, and we've seen a few of these show up now, like the Firefox OS phones seen here. There are many concrete signs that we are going to see heavy competition among open mobile operating systems this year. But we aren't just going to see phones based on them. Many people are excited about Ubuntu Touch, which Canonical has delivered in a tablet version. 

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MWC 2013: Samsung Takes a Bite Out of Apple

Samsung continues its dominance at this week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, showing off its latest offering--Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet, which directly competes against the Apple iPad mini.

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Ubuntu Touch, Firefox OS and Tizen: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Ubuntu Touch, Firefox OS and Tizen have been unveiled at MWC as Android challengers -- but the mobile industry is backing the wrong horses. [Read more]...

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Ubuntu Touch Beats Firefox OS to Win Best Of MWC from CNET

Our team judges Canonical's new mobile OS to be the most exciting thing at Mobile World Congress, with Mozilla's software as runner-up. [Read more]...

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CyanogenMod to Include New Open Source Super User Tool

ClockworkMod Recovery and ROM Manager developer Koushik Dutta has released a beta version of a new super user application for Android that is open source, can be built using the NDK and is ready to be included in AOSP-based ROMs...

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