Ubuntu Android Add-on Designed to Replace PCs

Canonical has unveiled software that will give Android smartphones the ability to run full desktop computer sessions on computer monitors and television sets.”The processors at the heart of smartphones are approaching the power of low-end laptop processors, so we use the horsepower to power a desktop experience,” said Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth. “If you link your phone to a computer monitor and keyboard, then the phone can drive a full desktop session.”

The company launched the software, called Ubuntu for Android, at the Mobile World Congress, being held this week in Barcelona.

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