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Ubuntu Phone Demoed On The Meizu MX3

Going back to January has been talk about Ubuntu on Chinese smart-phones and in February it was announced that Meizu is one of two Ubuntu Phone launch partners. Meizu dominates the Chinese market while the BQ Ubuntu Phone will target Europe...

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Google Details How to Make Project Ara Smartphone Modules

Of course, you could add a camera, more storage, an extra battery... but why not a toaster module? For breakfast, that is. Why not something that trims a beard, or mixes a cocktail? Could we nix a battery altogether in favor of a large solar panel? I don't really want...

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Firefox OS 2.0 Is Taking Shape

Firefox OS, the mobile operating system that Mozilla is aligning its whole company around, continues to evolve. There are now many screenshots online of version 2.0 of the mobile platform, with lots of them seen in these galleries. 

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We May See Chrome OS Tablets Arrive Soon

As Chromebooks--portable computers based on Google's Chrome OS platform--continue to carve out a healthy niche for themselves, there are strong signs that we are soon going to see Chrome OS tablets. 

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Raspberry Pi Spun Into Embedded Module

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced a $30 computer-on-module version of its Raspberry Pi single board computer, extending the Pi to a wider "business and industrial" market.

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