What will make Ubuntu Mobile stand out from iOS or Android.
An early glimpse at the new Ubuntu Mobile OS running on a Galaxy Nexus.
The Ubuntu Mobile lock screen is unconventional, and Richard shows us how to unlock the Ubuntu Mobile phone.
The Ubuntu Launcher is a big part of Ubuntu Mobile.
The security question: what will protect the user's phone from someone unlocking it?
The Ubuntu Mobile hardware (currently running on the Galaxy Nexus) approach.
Ubuntu Mobile's interaction with Ubuntu One — the "cloud". Ubuntu One will be an embedded part of the OS out-of-the-box.
The problem with today's smartphone vs. desktop architecture: every device has a different OS. Ubuntu's approach to this interface challenge to allow Ubuntu to transcend device architecture. This is also an advantage to developers since their applications will work on Ubuntu desktops, smartphones and tablets.
How Ubuntu Mobile will tackle the app marketplace issue: iOS and Android have been around for some time, and Ubuntu Mobile is entering that space late in the game.
Ubuntu Mobile's deep integration of HTML5 means web applications can be made to be presented as a native application.