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Everybody Gets to Design Ubuntu Phones—See the Best “Fan-Made” Mockups

How would you like to create a smartphone operating system? If you get involved in Canonical's Ubuntu phone project you can, in a way. As we reported, Canonical is taking community input on what the core applications (e-mail, calendar, clock/alarm, weather, file manager, document viewer, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter) should look like. 

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Nokia Looking Into Tablets With Eye on Windows 8

CEO Stephen Elop confirmed that the company is considering a Windows tablet but won't rule out an Android device. [Read more]...

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Windows Apps Coming to Android With Wine Port

The Wine emulator, which is used to run Windows programs on Unix-like systems such as Linux and OS X, is being ported to Android. Wine project leader Alexandre Julliard delivered a keynote yesterday at the FOSDEM open source conference in Brussels, where he did a "brief showing of Wine.

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Programming Android Motion Sensors

Take advantage of Android's wealth of sensors and control your Android phone by motion and position.

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Community Driven Ubuntu Phone Core Apps

When we announced Ubuntu for phones on the 2nd January, we also had a call for volunteers to help create the core applications that would be part of the platform. Like any phone OS we need to provide a calendar, calculator, email, social media apps and more...

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