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Linaro 11.06 Release Brings Unity 3D Port To ARM 54

An anonymous reader writes "For a long time what x86 users took for granted was just 'the future' for ARM devices. Now that time is over. Linaro — a non-profit engineering organization funded by ARM, Freescale, IBM, Samsung, ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments — released a first port of Ubuntu Unity 3D experience and Compiz. If you have a pandaboard, go ahead, download, install the Linaro 11.06 LEB/Ubuntu images and try it out! It's just a few minutes away."
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Linaro 11.06 Release Brings Unity 3D Port To ARM

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  • So... (Score:0, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday July 01, 2011 @10:07PM (#36639260)

    Does anybody care?

    (I don't)

  • Re:Ok, I'm old. (Score:0, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday July 01, 2011 @10:47PM (#36639374)

    Human tasks are all about boundary conditions. Using the interface to display relevant information, such as switching contexts, can be attractive as well as functional. The more distinct the visual transition, the more firm the mental transition. Maximizing screen real estate means having stuff that moves, so you can focus on your workspace and only get your tools when you want them (ribbons, toolbars, etc.) It's not perfect, but it's a helluva lot better than not having a smart phone or tablet in the first place.

    Time to change your perspective, maybe.

  • by rubycodez ( 864176 ) on Friday July 01, 2011 @11:06PM (#36639446)
    why the hell would anyone thing I would like that crap on an ARM? less is more, Shuttleworth!

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