You’re probably wondering what “Tabuntu” is, right? The acronym pretty much says it all: It’s a port of Ubuntu operating system for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablet. It runs quite nice (see the below video), but here’s a shocker: Tabuntu actually executes on top of Android OS which is running Linux in the background and the user interface via a virtual machine client (eat that, Apple).
And if you can’t wait to get your hands on the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Verizon Wireless today announced that it is accepting pre-orders for both 3G and 4G versions starting at $529.99 for the 16GB version or a hundred more for the 32GB version, both after a new activation on a Mobile Broadband plan. If you’re considering a purchase, note that Phandroid warns about a 4-6 week shipping time. Still need reasons to get a Galaxy Tab 10.1 instead of iPad 2? Our own Seth Weintraub has a few…
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