Below you will find articles on Canonical’s ‘convergence’ pocket desktop technology and devices that support it.
A redesign for Ubuntu Scopes appears to be on the way, with a pair of new images showing a hugely improved layout and interaction experience.
Most of us have a good handle on what Ubuntu ‘convergence’ is (or what we think it is). But it never hurts to have a big ol’ reminder. And the video we’re cushioning with over wrung sentences is just […]
See the video above? That’s Ubuntu convergence in action on what’s being billed as ‘the world’s most affordable laptop’. Except isn’t a laptop at all. It’s the NexDock, which is crowdfunding a smooth $300,000 to pay for its first […]
Hoping to use your Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Phone as a convergence device via wireless display technologies? I've some bad news…
Canonical is not the only software company who is interested in the idea of using a single mobile device to power additional computing experiences. Microsoft — boo, hiss, etc — has long pursued the idea, starting with Windows XP […]
The ability to run traditional desktop applications on the Ubuntu phone & tablet has a lot of you (quite rightly) excited. Carrying the powerful LibreOffice, Mozilla Firefox and The GIMP in your pocket is a big draw. An Ubuntu phone, […]
This six minute video of Ubuntu convergence does a fantastic job of demonstrating why Ubuntu on phones and tablets is so exciting. Watch it, share it.
And Canonical say it will #reinvent personal mobile computing
Canonical is looking to build hype for its upcoming Mobile World Congress announcements though a mysterious new online initiative.
Bq has teased the Spanish technology press about its upcoming MWC2016 presence, confirming that an Ubuntu Tablet will be involved.
Canonical will demo at least one new Ubuntu convergence device at next month's Mobile World Congress, we've learned.
A new video shows off yet more progress on getting Unity 8 ship-shape for desktop usage.