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We caught up with Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth to find out why he chose to partner with lesser-known manufacturers Meizu and BQ.
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth claims that Apple has acquired a large supply of sapphire displays, possibly alluding to displays with sapphire material that would be used on a future Apple iPhone.
The fat lady hasn't sung yet. We've uncovered a ton of goodies at Mobile World Congress, including secrets of Samsung's Galaxy S5.
Android rival Ubuntu will be in "mid- to high-end" phones built by BQ and Meizu, the first manufacturers to commit to the British-made OS.
Canonical has inked its first deal with partner who'll put the Linux-basd operating system on its phones, founder Mark Shuttleworth reveals.
Apple's 64-bit A7 is ultimately aimed at the desktop, Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth opines.
Responding to an analyst's question, Intel CEO waxes eloquent about the advantage of Intel's manufacturing technology compared with Apple's.
The smartphone project was aiming for $32 million, but raised just $12.8 million -- still the most money ever pledge on Indiegogo. Backers say there's still a bright future for Ubuntu phones.
Despite the failure of the ambitious and record-breaking Ubuntu Edge crowdfunding campaign, Canonical's Jane Silber says the future is ripe for innovation.
The open-source mobile had aimed for the stars with a goal of $32m, but ended up with $12.8m.