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In Depth: Canonical's long road to the Ubuntu Phone

Back in 2004, Linux was a considerably more technical world than it is today. Even the more novice desktop flavours involved installation procedures, choosing tools, limited documentation and, at times, complex configuration. Though many of us dreamed of the power of Linux simplified for all, it was, by definition, a geeky domain. Back in 2004 Canonical's distro came in one form: Ubuntu for the ...