Feb 12, 2016

MaruOS claims to turn your Android phone into a Linux desktop - Liliputing

Odds are that the smartphone in your pocket is powerful enough to run some desktop apps like office suites, web browsers, and other productivity tools. But the software on most phones is designed for mobile devices, not desktop screens. Microsoft is starting to change that with Continuum for phone, and Canonical's Ubuntu convergence software could one day let you run both mobile and desktop...

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