Verizon Wireless has become the first US carrier to join the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group, making a stateside launch for Canonical's open source smartphone platform that much more likely. Canonical announced the Carrier Advisory Group in June as a forum in which mobile operators could discuss Ubuntu for phones and help to …
Let us slurp your data ...
... We've got good friends at the NSA and first class experience in helping them out. Please let us have a hook into your mobes too
"Could pave way for US launch of Linux-based mobes"
Call me stupid but aren't android phones in fact 'Linux-based mobes'
Re: Call me stupid
No, it's not you that's stoopid. Dominant O/S on mobes. Reg please try to keep up
can't help myself
And Ubuntu continues down the rabbit hole of going from in many ways leading the LInux scene to another has-been money grubbing startup. Long live the fork (technically yes Unity is a fork as is my beloved Cinnamon but still) so Unity doesn't ever taint my desktop.
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