Intel and Canonical (Ubuntu's backer) have been working together for several months on MIDs. Our sister site, All About Ubuntu, speculates that Ubuntu-based MIDs will reach store shelves by the end of 2008 or early 2009.
On the flip side, bloggers and developers continue to hype Google Android, an open source platform designed to run on a multitude of smart phones. Even The VAR Guy has openly wondered if Android could become a runaway hit.
So, now The VAR Guy poses the question to you: Since numerous smart phone makers are lining up behind Android, is there enough room in the market for Ubuntu Linux to gain momentum on mobile Internet devices?