[Video] Want to see Ubuntu for Android in action

ubuntuRichard Collins, the project manager for Ubuntu for Android has demonstrated the product running live on a Motorola Atrix 2. It runs really well, and it looks when it launches it’s going to be super-awesome.

Linux Tycoon, "The Nerdiest MMO Ever Conceived," Headed To Android With Online Play

linuxIt appears that Linux Tycoon, "the world's premier 'Linux Distribution Building Simulation Game'," will be gaining online play soon, and (more importantly) is officially headed for Android (and iOS).

In a blog post earlier today, Lunduke announced both of these exciting developments, and explained just how the game's new online capabilities will work: the mind behind "the nerdiest MMO ever conceived" will be releasing Linux Tycoon Server, allowing players to run their own "world" for online play separate from the official server, and also allowing for customization of the play experience including gameplay settings and Package lists.

Linux 3.3 Kernel Begins To Merge With Android, Brings Us Closer To A True Multi-Purpose Smartphone

linux"One Device to rule them all, One Device to find them, One Device to bring them all and finally unconfine them"

Ok so I may have taken a few liberties there, but that's what we all want, right? One device that can do everything that we require of a computer throughout our daily lives. Smartphone by day, desktop by night.

Fortunately, we aren't the only ones who think that this is a great idea; the Ubuntu team has already announced plans to transform your smartphone into a proper computer when it's placed in a docking station, and with the release of Linux 3.3, this just got easier for OEMs to do as well.

Remotix 2.4.0 for Android includes SSH tunneling support

Nulana announces the release of Remotix 2.4.0, an update to their fast and feature-packed remote desktop application for Android. Thanks to Remotix, Android users can connect to their PCs and Macs running Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and manage the remote desktop the way they used to do it on an actual computer.


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