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UBports | A Ubuntu Touch Community

tags: touch, phone, Linux, Ubuntu
Logo of UBports

Ubuntu Touch is the touch-friendly mobile version of the well-loved Ubuntu operating system. Originally designed and developed by Canonical, it now lives on in the UBports community.   Ubuntu Touch offers a completely refreshing approach to the mobile experience. Thanks to the intuitive interface, members of the Ubuntu Touch community report a very 'natural' experience. With a gentle swipe from the edge of the screen, you have access to all of the device...

url: https://ubports.com/

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Free Software Foundation announces GNUPhone

tags: GNU, phone, OpenMoko
The Free Software Foundation (NASDAQ: RMS) has announced the Free Software alternative to the evil, DRM-infested, locked-down, defective-by-design iPhone: the GNUPhone.

url: http://notnews.today.com/2008/09/22/free-software-foundation-announces-gnuphone/

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Phone Death and Telecom Reorganization

My phone died yesterday morning. I think it's related to power-related issues. It wasn't like the power went out. It was on and off for a good amount of time. Can't say exactly since i was partially asleep.
In related news i've decided to change my telecommunications strategy. Speakeasy now provides OneLink, a DSL service which doesn't require an existing voice service. So i'm dropping Verizon (-18$ bare minimum local service), dropping Sprint (-7$ long distance), switching to OneLink (+6$), and switching to a mobile plan which includes unlimited long distance (+5$). Overall a 21$ savings per month.