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New things about Ubuntu

In a recent visit to the Phillipines, Mark Shuttleworth mentioned Ubuntu for PDA's, support for non-technical users and the spread of Ubuntu.
Read it here in Manila Bulletin Online

Quote:

Over the next couple of months, Shuttleworth said they would be providing round-the-clock global assistance for non-technical, enduser services such as sofware installation.

He expressed amazement at how Ubunte has progressed in the country since 2004, noting that, for last year alone, Canonical shipped a total of 57,000 Ubuntu CDs here. “That’s a lot if you compare it to Japan where we shipped only 1,600 CDs.”
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Currently, he said his company is developing Ubuntu OS for personal digital assistants (PDAs). “We’re on this because we believe 20 percent of Ubuntu’s growth will come from PDAs.”

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