After running with other alliterative codenames such as Oneiric Ocelot, Precise Pangolin and Quantal Quetzal, Canonical has announced the latest in its line of fauna-inspired Ubuntu releases — Raring Ringtail. With version 13.04 CEO Mark Shuttleworth plans to start seriously laying the groundwork for phone, tablet and TV interfaces, which he hopes to have in place for the next LTS release in April of 2014 (14.04). Don’t expect a full-fledged Ubuntu smartphone OS in six months, however, the first step will be working on core aspects of the OS, such as power and memory management, that will prove crucial to its success as a mobile platform. First though, the company needs to get through today’s planned launch of 12.10, which will deliver some highly-anticipated webapp integration. For more, check out the source.
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Ubuntu 13.04 will be called Raring Ringtail, emphasize mobile and battery life originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 18 Oct 2012 09:38:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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