"This week, developers for the Ubuntu operating system are
meeting in Seville, Spain to begin work on a new version of the
distribution, Mobile Ubuntu. Designed to work with Intel's
recently-announced low-power processor and chipset architecture,
Ubuntu plans to allow developers creating mobile software the
ability to create software utilizing the Gnome Mobile and Embedded
Initiative. This software will help extend Linux's reach into a
relatively underdeveloped area of computing, but this fact does not
necessarily mean that Canonical, Ubuntu's corporate sponsor, should
be pursuing Mobile Ubuntu..."
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