This is pretty much how I read Ubuntu Phone/Tablet/etc

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Feb 26, 2013
9:25 PM EDT
Quoting:I think Ubuntu's success won't hinge on mirroring applications found on other platforms; it'll be about Ubuntu allowing you to start an activity on one device and move it to another seamlessly.


Quoting:Think activities and experiences, not legacy applications and vendor lock-in. That kind of personal freedom will likely be what the Ubuntu Touch team will be striving for. .

The question, in my mid is, will the device manufacturers buy into that, and if not, can and will Canonical do it alone?

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