Spanish phone company Bq found fame as maker of the first Ubuntu Phone to be sold at retail, but its Android-based business went under, recent filings show.
Security updates for Ubuntu phone and tablet will end this June, Canonical has confirmed. Current OTA updates are currently limited to critical fixes and security updates — a decision we were first to tell you back in January. But […]
Canonical is working on OTA-15 for Ubuntu Phone and tablet — but it won’t contain new features.
Ubports developer Marius Grispgård has revealed that he's working on a way to run Android apps on Ubuntu Phone using Sfdroid.
Canonical engineer Ted Gould has put the case for Ubuntu Phone, arguing that mobile carriers will appreciate the 'flexibility' to bundle apps and services.
Supporting Android longterm is proving a headache. Could an alternative OS like Ubuntu be the cure?
We want to know if you plan to buy an Ubuntu Phone.
Three different Ubuntu Phones are now available to buy online — but none are available through network carriers or sold in retail stores. Why? Well, read on…
Former Canonical employee Jono Bacon has suggested that Ubuntu Phone should ditch Debian for Android — but do you agree?
The Meizu MX4 Ubuntu edition is the second Ubuntu Phone to be commercially released. It features an 8 core CPU and costs less than $300.
The Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition will make its debut at Mobile World Congress early next month.
The Bq Ubuntu Phone went on sale this morning direct in Europe and as expected sold out — twice!