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Oooooo.... Terminal access to the phone? SSH into your phone?
Anyway, one benefit to an Ubuntu phone coming out now is that they can learn from the experiences with Apple, Android and other phone systems on what works, what doesn't and what people want their phone to do.
So there is a benefit to "coming to the party late", and Ubuntu has a real chance of taking advantage of these lessons and start off with the right foot.
i wonder if any iProducts would be able to be rooted and then install Ubuntu phone OS on them. That would be awesome. LOL
Most likely not I can dream
A new interesting video I discovered today:
The reporter is allowed to touch the phone herself, I haven't seen that in any other video. They comment on how "snappy" the experience is and Mark says that "we can bring this up on any android phone in a matter of weeks".
Edit: A new video on a performance improvement made a couple of days ago: http://vimeo.com/56944191
Last edited by h0bbe; January 10th, 2013 at 03:49 PM.
my friend on the floor of CES got the guy to say my username (ubuntuaddicted) for the interview. LOVE IT!!
I want to see the phone when it is docked to a monitor and to a TV!
I do wish the reporters would pronounce Ubuntu correctly, though.
It makes a lot of sense, I was thinking wishfully, but color me disappointed.