Below you will find articles on Canonical’s ‘convergence’ pocket desktop technology and devices that support it.
The Ubuntu web-browser app is getting a brand new icon after community members said the existing icon looked too similar to the Safari web browser.
Last August Canonical shared design mockups of a new, converged Terminal app it wants to offer on its new Unity 8 desktop. Now the app exists. The current development version is not perfect, polished or feature complete, but it is looking more like the […]
New Unity 8 desktop mock-ups shared by the Canonical design team show an interesting new approach to presenting Scopes to desktop users.
You're looking at a proposed new 3D dock that, its creator hopes, will help bring the dream of Ubuntu convergence to more people.
A new YouTube video claims to show an ‘quick overview of what’s to come to Unity 8’ in a future update. Uploaded by Kugi Javacookies (not sure if that’s his real name), the clip is described as offering a […]
Reshaping the classic terminal app to fit the multi-form factor world isn't easy, but it's the task that the Canonical Design team face as part of their work on Unity 8.
Earlier this week we saw Canonical demo wireless display on the Bq M10 tablet — but it's not the only device capable of cable-free convergence.
A video demoing wireless convergence on the Bq M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet has been shared by Canonical.
The popular e-mail client for Ubuntu on phones and tablets is coming to the desktop.
Ubuntu OTA-11 brings wireless display support to the Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu phone. But how well does it work? We go hands on.
Ubuntu OTA-11 is the latest update to Ubuntu on phones and tablets, and it brings some BIG new features. We recap everything you need to know.
A couple of days back we mentioned that big ol’ design rejig is headed to Ubuntu Scopes. More details about the ‘design evolution of Ubuntu Scopes’ was shared by the Canonical design and engineering teams at the Ubuntu Online Summit. […]