Scrcpy is a free and open source tool that allows you to simply hook your android device to your computer via usb, allowing you to cast the mobile device’s display to your computer screen. It’s available for Windows, mac & Linux, including as a flatpak, snap or deb. Using Scrcpy Scrcpy requires USB debugging to […]
Back in 2012 we blogged about Meego/Mer/Nemo, Android for x86 and other Linux operating systems for touchscreens and tablets. Back in the day we also compared Ubuntu Unity vs. Gnome 3 and which would work better as a touch operated system, and Gnome 3 was clearly the more mature system. Since then Ubuntu has dropped Unity […]
OnePlus is a mobile phone manufacturer famous for selling the OnePlus One with pre-installed CyanogenMod, instead of a bloated custom Android as most manufacturers do. Their newest model OnePlus X was released on November 5th 2015 and after a few days of use, it seems to live up to its promises.
With billions of devices produced, Android is by far the most common Linux-based mobile operating system to date. Of the less known competitors, Ubuntu phone and Jolla are the most interesting. Both are relatively new and neither one has quite yet all the features Android provides, but they do have some areas of innovation where […]
Few weeks ago I found a pretty black box waiting on my desk at the office. There it was, the BQ Aquaris E4.5, Ubuntu edition. Now available for sale all over Europe, the world’s first Ubuntu phone had arrived to the eager hands of Seravo. (Working in an open office with a bunch of […]
The mobile devices scene is very interesting to follow at the moment. All competitors have a huge urge to overtake the market, since we know that in a few years billions of people on this planet will buy a mobile device, and whoever gets the biggest market share now, is likely to make huge profits […]