The NexDock 2 has hit Kickstarter. The goal? To deliver a 13.1-inch laptop shell, NexDock lets you use your Android smartphone or Raspberry Pi as a laptop.
If you've been itching to learn more about the Samsung 'Linux on Galaxy' project you need to watch this video, in which Samsung demos the tech to Android developers.
Samsung is bringing desktop Linux to its smartphones. The 'Linux on Galaxy' project will let users "run Linux-based distributions on mobile devices".
You're looking at a proposed new 3D dock that, its creator hopes, will help bring the dream of Ubuntu convergence to more people.
Earlier this week we saw Canonical demo wireless display on the Bq M10 tablet — but it's not the only device capable of cable-free convergence.
Ubuntu OTA-11 is the latest update to Ubuntu on phones and tablets, and it brings some BIG new features. We recap everything you need to know.
Hoping to use your Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Phone as a convergence device via wireless display technologies? I've some bad news…
Canonical is not the only software company who is interested in the idea of using a single mobile device to power additional computing experiences. Microsoft — boo, hiss, etc — has long pursued the idea, starting with Windows XP […]
The ability to run traditional desktop applications on the Ubuntu phone & tablet has a lot of you (quite rightly) excited. Carrying the powerful LibreOffice, Mozilla Firefox and The GIMP in your pocket is a big draw. An Ubuntu phone, […]
This six minute video of Ubuntu convergence does a fantastic job of demonstrating why Ubuntu on phones and tablets is so exciting. Watch it, share it.
Canonical will demo at least one new Ubuntu convergence device at next month's Mobile World Congress, we've learned.
The first Ubuntu Phone that will be capable of turning into a desktop PC will be made by Bq. A tentative launch date of October 2015 has been set for the convergence device, though this is likely […]