Ubuntu—the cultish, open-source computer Linux operating system—has made it onto a phone. Due in late 2013, the open-source phone OS swipes uses swipes from the sides to reveal favorite apps or running apps. The interface is a beautiful take on classic smartphone icons, which aren’t stuck in a static grid but instead come and go as they’re updated. Visit www.popularmechanics.com for our complete coverage.
Ponoko — the hub of a global personal manufacturing eco-system that brings together creators, digital fabricators, materials suppliers and buyers to make almost anything Don Christie introduces the finalists in […]
Google Tech Talks February, 25 2008 ABSTRACT We all love to hate large software systems. They are hard to build, hard to evolve, and don’t work very well. Why is […]
Announced by Canonical Ltd. on 22 July 2013, Ubuntu Edge was a proposed “high concept” smartphone. Through, Indiegogo. Canonical sought to crowdfund a production run of approximately 40,000 units through […]
This is an interesting chat by David Cuartielles about open source and the virtues of open source hardware in particular. Mr. Cuartielles David is a microchip engineer from Spain, an […]