Tue. Aug 11th, 2020




Canonical to Launch Ubuntu As Mobile Operating System?

Ubuntu, Mobile OS, Android

Hot on the heels of new and interesting job postings from Tru Labs, it seems the people at Canonical have posted an interesting open position themselves.

Looking at the job posting boards over at Canonical turns up a pretty interesting position, one for a buy propranolol 40mg essay on why teenagers commit suicide examples of thesis statements for persuasive essays source exemple dissertation critique littérature québécoise resume cover letter types here source url help starting college essay https://teleroo.com/pharm/yahoo-video-results-tagged-as-viagra/67/ enter site viagra tunisie go site copy cialis essays to buy cialis thailand prescription https://www.medimobile.com/erectile/cialis-in-canada/92/ https://eagfwc.org/men/viagra-best-price/100/ https://pharmacy.chsu.edu/pages/how-do-you-write-a-policy-paper/45/ sildenafil left heart failure http://mce.csail.mit.edu/institute/homework-helper-uk/21/ source link https://www.hsolc.org/apothecary/viagra-white-bird/98/ go to link https://reprosource.com/hospital/cialis-generico-para-que-sirve/72/ best university essay ghostwriting sites essays on africa source site homework from home https://bmxunion.com/daily/master-thesis-content-marketing/49/ pay for esl custom essay on usa Business Development Manager (Ubuntu Phone OS).

We don’t mean to jump to conclusions here, but the wording of the listing is quite odd and very intriguing. According to the listing, Canonical is looking for a “business development lead to engage and develop strong relationships with industry partners in the run up to the launch of Ubuntu as a smartphone operating system,” with the goal of “establish[ing] a commercial ecosystem around Ubuntu as a smartphone OS.”

Does this mean that Ubuntu is preparing to join Windows Phone and the upcoming Boot to Gecko OS in taking on the behemoths Android and iOS in the battle for smartphone supremacy?

It’s not exactly certain (as this is, of course, pure speculation on our part), and it could just as easily (and more likely) mean the company is looking at pushing the previously revealed Ubuntu for Android phones forward.

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