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  • Meizu New Ubuntu Phone To Launch on February 22

    For quite some time now, the phone manufacturer has been building up suspense about its latest offering. The device is said to be the upgrade of its previous device, the MX4. A teaser regarding its latest device is posted on Weibo and with has the date Feb. 22; confirming the launch will happen at the MWC 2016 event in Barcelona, reports Phones Review.

  • Meizu PRO 5 Mini Leaks And Gets Compared To Meizu PRO 5
  • Rumor: Meizu MX6 To Sport A 4,000mAh Battery & Cost $276
  • Ubuntu Leadership Team Is Now Apart Of Ubuntu Community Team

    I few weeks ago, I tried to reboot the Ubuntu Leadership team but quickly found out that there is no one or anyone in the mood to do it. I have decided to merge the Leadership Team’s efforts with the Ubuntu Community Team because of the reason above and also for the reason that Ubuntu Community is an organic community with no hard lines. The Ubuntu Leadership team’s Lauchpad page, wiki pages, and mailing-list will stay but I stated that, “Ubuntu Leadership Team has merged with Ubuntu Community Team in order to keep resources focused on leadership”.

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