The Linux powered smartphone that turns into a PC is back on the cards.
Canonincal is planning a return to Barcelona.
In which we learn how Mark Shuttleworth gracefully accepts defeat while still claiming a win.
$20 000 000 is an expensive way to spell “failure”.
All backers of the Linux superphone will now pay a single fee of less than $700.
Has interest waned, or is Canonical just hedging its bets that a big backer will come along?
Supporters of Canonical’s phone project can win a unique engraved model.
Fixing the pricing problem that stalled the campaign.
You can buy Canonical’s ambitious and beautiful Ubuntu phone today, but it doesn’t exist yet.
The good news is that the phone looks ace.
MTN signs up to be one of the first to offer the Shuttlephone.