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Ubuntu Smartphones Won’t Be Hitting Stores Until 2014

Ubuntu handsets won’t be coming until the first quarter of 2014 as they still require months of carrier testing.

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The Key for Ubuntu for Tablets Will Be Apps

Slowly but surely, Ubuntu is heading in many new directions. Last year, Ubuntu TV ramped up, this year Ubuntu phones are upon us, and Canonical is also introducing features in Ubuntu designed for enterprises that may be tired of paying heavy licensing fees for proprietary software. This week, Canonical announced Ubuntu for Tablets (see the video here), which the company says will offer "unique multitasking productivity, effortless navigation and defence-ready security." The real key for Ubuntu tablets to succeed, though, will be rapid app development. 

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Evasi0n Jailbreak Tool Supports iOS 6.1.2

The latest version of the popular hacking tool officially works with Apple's recently-released iOS 6.1.2. [Read more]...

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Apple Needs to Counter Samsung Momentum, Says Analyst

"To say that the Samsung momentum is an issue for Apple is an understatement," said Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes.

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Tizen 2.0 SDK Comes in "Magnolia"

With a new native framework, enhanced HTML5 APIs and improved web user interface, Tizen 2.0 "Magnolia" has become a well rounded mobile platform, which should be attractive to developers once some devices running Tizen are announced.

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