Jimmy McGee · Jan 8, 2013 at 12:30 pm

Ubuntu for Phone and Boot2Gecko Demonstrations and More at CES 2013 – XDA Developer TV

In case you haven’t noticed, the industry event known as International CES is going on this week. Over the past couple of days, XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan got a sneak peak on what to expect from some of the industry’s largest players in the television, audio, computing and mobile device segments.

In today’s episode of XDA Developer TV, Jordan talks about what he has seen and what to look out for over the next year from these companies. He talks about what is coming from AudioVoxx, Netgear, and Sony.

Additionally, Jordan had a chance to see some previews of some interesting alternatives in the mobile operating systems arena. This includes the just announced Ubuntu for Phones and Boot 2 Gecko, the Mozilla operating system. Check out the video!


Links to  videos mentioned:

Check out Jordan’s YouTube Channel and Jordan’s Gaming YouTube Channel


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