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Ubuntu goes small

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The family of operating systems based on the Ubuntu platform continues to expand - this time to the ever-growing embedded world of small, light devices like PDAs and Internet tablets. A new Ubuntu project, Embedded Ubuntu, hopes to bring Ubuntu down to size.

"There are over one billion mobile phone users worldwide and over two billion connections. Such mobile devices, PDAs and new embedded devices such as Internet tablets could be of more use to a wider population."

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