Ubuntu for Android is no a priority for Canonical, though that doesn't mean it's completely dead.
Canonical released its 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr update and hopes to woo Windows XP holdouts and tablet users.
Canonical is starting with small manufacturers for its first foray into the smartphone market this fall.
The rumors that Apple will use sapphire in the next iPhone's screen just got a little more credible.
Canonical is close to entering the mobile market thanks to new phone manufacturing partners in Asia and Europe.
Canonical's community manager says Ubuntu phones won't come from major carriers or OEMs for a while..
In DepthCanonical is putting a lot of faith in its dream of convergence - that is, one OS to control every device you own.
The Ubuntu Edge is a shelved dream for now, but Canonical is reading the mobile version of Ubuntu for a release next month.