A new device from the popular smart phone manufacturer, Canonical, has been discovered by security researchers to be compatible with an Android device running Ubuntu Linux.
The Canonical Smartphone Bookmarklet is a smart bookmarks, share links, and share contacts app for the Ubuntu OS.
The app can be used to bookmark websites, or even open links from third-party web sites.
The new bookmarklet can be installed by using the Google Chrome web browser on a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or higher.
However, if you want to install the bookmarklet without a device, the latest version of the browser is required.
To install the browser on an Ubuntu-compatible device, you need to use a device with a “Google Chrome” web browser installed on it.
Users of a number of Canonical smartphones, including the Ubuntu Mobile device, can be connected to the web by connecting a USB cable.
The Google Chrome browser can be downloaded from the Google Play store for $2.99, or you can get it from the Canonical website.
The Ubuntu Mobile Device also includes a Canonical Chromium browser.
The browser can only be used on Ubuntu phones running Ubuntu 14.04.
The Chromebook Pixel, a Chromebook powered by the Ubuntu operating system, is also compatible with the Ubuntu browser, but it is limited to a limited set of websites.
Users can install Ubuntu on the Chromebook Pixel by connecting it to the Internet using an Ethernet cable.
A new Canonical Chromebook device with the “Chrome for Ubuntu” app installed can be easily found on the Canonicals website.
Canonical’s new Chromium web browser for Android devices will be available for download on the Ubuntu Store.
The company also announced the release of a new Ubuntu smart phone for sale on its website.
You can purchase a new Canonicals Ubuntu smart smartphone for $49.99.
The smartphone is designed to work with the Canonatic Smartbookmarklet.
If you want an Ubuntu phone that works on Ubuntu, the Google Android browser can work with Ubuntu.
You just need to enable “Google Apps” in the Google search box in the Settings app of the smartphone to open the Ubuntu web browser.
For the Canonians own smartphone, you will need to install Ubuntu via an update.
You need to do this in the “Settings” app of your smartphone.
Once you have done this, you can install the Ubuntu mobile device with Chrome installed.
You will then be able to open up the Ubuntu desktop browser on the smartphone and download all of the Ubuntu apps that you want.
The next version of Ubuntu will come with the latest Canonical mobile operating system and will be a direct successor to Ubuntu 15.10.
Ubuntu 15, Ubuntu Touch, Ubuntu LTS, and Ubuntu Server will all come with Ubuntu on ARM processors.
The latest Ubuntu 15 will be announced on March 3rd, 2018.