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Ubuntu mobile developer preview to land on 20 more devices soon

Ubuntu mobile developer preview to land on 20 more devices soon

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After releasing the developer preview of Ubuntu mobile to current Nexus devices last week, Canonical has announced that more than 20 other devices will soon be added to the list for testing.  The preview was launched to give developers and enthusiasts... >>

Canonical: First Ubuntu smartphones not shipping until 2014

Canonical: First Ubuntu smartphones not shipping until 2014

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Canonical's founder Mark Shuttlework has announced that Ubuntu phones won't be shipping until the first quarter of 2014, going back on his own word.   In an interview with The Wall Street Journal earlier this month, he said Ubuntu phones would be shipping... >>

Ubuntu tablet interface revealed, coming to Nexus tablets on 21 February

Ubuntu tablet interface revealed, coming to Nexus tablets on 21 February

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Canonical has announced its Ubuntu tablet interface, after announcing Ubuntu for mobile handsets in January. Built off the same core as the mobile handset experience, Ubuntu for tablets has a focus on multi-tasking, sleekness and productivity. The "Side... >>

Canonical teases Ubuntu tablet announcement for 19 February

Canonical teases Ubuntu tablet announcement for 19 February

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Canonical, developer of Ubuntu, is set to announce tablet plans for its mobile operating system, according to a teaser on the company's website. The timer counts down to 19 February with the words "Tick, tock, tablet time!" An Ubuntu tablet has not been... >>

Ubuntu for Android pictures and hands-on

Ubuntu for Android pictures and hands-on

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Canonical has come up with an idea for really putting purpose into your multicore Android phone. So powerful have mobiles become in the past 12 months that the London-based company is suggesting we use them to power our desktop computers - and power them... >>

Ubuntu TV pictures and hands-on

Ubuntu TV pictures and hands-on

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It was only back at the end of October 2011 that Canonical's founder, Mark Shuttleworth, outlined his plans to stretch the Ubuntu ecosystem out beyond just computers and onto screens everywhere. We've already seen this in action on mobile phones with... >>

Ubuntu 11.04: an OS for your mum

Ubuntu 11.04: an OS for your mum

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The world is a big place, and it seems of no coincidence that Canonical’s offices sit 27 floors up in the Millbank Tower with a 360-degree view of it right in the middle of London. Canonical is the parent company of the most popular distribution free,... >>

Ubuntu 10.04 officially arrives

Ubuntu 10.04 officially arrives

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Open-source operating system creator Canonical has announced that Ubuntu 10.04, codenamed Lucid Lynx, has been let out into the wild, and is available for download. The announcement follows 2009's release of Jaunty Jackalope and Karmic Koala, and signifies... >>

Ubuntu launches "One Hundred Paper Cuts" project

Ubuntu launches "One Hundred Paper Cuts" project

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Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu operating system, has launched a project with the intriguing title of "One Hundred Paper Cuts". The plan is to identify and fix 100 small points of interface pain for users. The company says: "A paper cut is a... >>