The unexpected success of its low-end Tizen smartphone will see Samsung launch a second version in the Indian market soon, rumours suggest.
The first Ubuntu Phone will launch next month, but it's not the only new mobile upstart trying to bring new experiences to our pockets.
Apple's foray into the wearable computing market is now official — but should Canonical follow suit with an Ubuntu smartwatch of its own?
Electronics company Huawei has stuck the boot into the Linux-based Tizen OS, claiming that it has 'no chance' of becoming a success.
Ubuntu for devices isn't the only Linux-based open-source mobile effort heading to market. Tizen, which is backed and supported by the Linux Foundation, Intel, LG and Samsung, is preparing to launch its first smartphone.
The very first Tizen-powered smartphone is to go on sale in Russia later this year.
Samsung is to preview a selection of new Tizen-powered devices later this month, just days before the 2014 Mobile World Congress kicks off.
Take one come-back kid of an OS, pair them up with Intel, then sit them atop one of the most stable desktop environments known to Linux. What do you get? This.
MeeGo - the Intel backed Linux OS that, well, no-one ever really used - has finally been put to rest. Ish.