by Michael Fisher | January 3, 2013 3:26 PM
Just because it's a new year doesn't mean things are changing with the Pocketnow Weekly podcast. We're still shaking up the host roster on occasion, and we're still squeezing more than 90 minutes of discussion out of the mobile-technology news sector, even in the pit of the post-holiday lull. On our first podcast of 2013, Joe Levi joins us to talk Android amid a sea of pre-CES leaks, but not before we dive into a long and detailed discussion about the new mobile version of Ubuntu - a platform we'll learn how to consistently pronounce someday, but not today. We also touch on Sailfish and ...
by Jaime Rivera | January 2, 2013 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow daily as we talk about the iPhone 6 or 5S leaks along with rumors of iOS 7 already being tested. Next we go through the death of Hackulous and Installous along with it. HTC makes the most important news of the day as we go through their 2013 strategies along with as many as 35 possible devices variants to exist during their most aggressive year in plan. Nokia makes the sad news as more predictions surge about its possible sell-out to Microsoft and Huawei. We end today's news by going through the launch of Ubuntu on smartphones and what to expect. All this and more ...
by Jaime Rivera | January 2, 2013 2:40 PM
Just when you thought the world had enough operating systems to not let newer ones succeed, mainly in cases like Windows Phone, along comes Canonical to announce their new Ubuntu for smartphones. Now just as in the case of Ubuntu, this is no ordinary operating system. It's based on the same Linux platform that Android was built upon, and yes, it's also just as open sourced. This means a lot. Just like you can run Ubuntu on many, if not all Windows certified machines, our biggest guess is that you'll be able to do the same with this mobile version of Ubuntu. A clear example of this is ...
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