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Thursday, 07 June 2007 11:06

Ubuntu going mobile

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Canonical has released some feature lists for its upcoming version of Ubuntu Linux for smaller mobile devices.

Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded Edition will permit video, sound and full-featured Internet browsing.  It is due to arrive in October.

The software will run on Intel's Mobile Internet Device platform - mini tablet PCs using low-power processors and tiny keyboards.

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