We have Ubuntu on smartphone. And Touch Developer Preview of Ubuntu is coming very soon to Google’s flagship smartphone like Samsung Galaxy Nexus and LG Nexus 4. Hopefully, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 will get it soon too. Anyway, today spotlight is Ubuntu on tablet. It is running on Google’s flagship Nexus 10 tablet. Not sure tablet like Nexus 7 has enough power to run it or not (Dual-core Cortex A15 and 2GB RAM are required for entry level consumer Ubuntu tablet). Guess what? Ubuntu on tablet supports Asus PadPhone type of features. You will get phone, tablet and thin client full PC modes. Isn’t that great?
Ubuntu which well known on desktop PC, an free operating system based on the Debian Linux distribution is going to be on your smartphone. Yes, it should be distributed as free and open source software. All the Android phone (unlocked one) should be able to install Ubuntu when it is released just like Galaxy Nexus. Can’t wait to enjoy Ubuntu on smartphones because it turns into full PC and thin client when docked. Check out below video to fine out the stunning features and interaction design that characterise Ubuntu on smartphones…
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere. Yup, Dropbox is your free online cloud storage. Any file you save to Dropbox also instantly saves to your computers, phones, and the Dropbox website. Dropbox works with Windows, Mac, Linux, iPad, iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. Besides, you can share folders easily to allow friends and family to view you photos, videos or any files.
Dropbox ~ Your free online cloud storage
How to install and setup Android SDK Development Environment? That’s the question that I ask right now after being using Android phone for 2 years. My Android HTC HD2 and Samsung Galaxy S II do not require me to have Android SDK development environment on my PC. I can do all the thing that I want with other 3rd party tools. However, Kindle Fire does not. And it forces me to install and setup Android SDK development environment in order to do the required tasks. So here is the guide to install & setup Android SDK development environment on Microsoft Windows. By the way, you can also follow guide at Google (link) to install it other platforms like Mac OS X and Linux.
Want to point your old website to a new one? First of all, identify your web hosting platform. Is it using Windows IIS or Linux Apache Web Server? This guide will touch on Linux Apache Web Server.
Things to do…
With steps above, you don’t need to change your website code.