What’s the future for open source mobile platforms?

Canonical

on 18 October 2013

GMIC and Mobile Monday are only a few days away, and we’ll be there.

Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu, will be speaking at GMIC about  “the future of the open source mobile platform movement” during a fireside chat on Tuesday 22nd October at 11:15 am.  Afterwards one of the Canonical team will be demonstrating the latest release of Ubuntu on smartphones (13.10) in the Connected Lounge at the Moscone Centre.

We’re also excited to share Ubuntu’s strategy and plans for smartphones during the Mobile Monday meet up (which we’re co-hosting).  Mark will join a panel of experts to discuss the future of “Open Mobile Platforms”  and you’ll be able to try out Ubuntu on smartphones at the event, with our team. The date for the diary is 28th October, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View.

We hope to see you there.

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