Ubuntu has been around for ten years, and yet the world's most popular desktop Linux distribution still finds a way to surprise me.
Today marks the 11th anniversary of the first ever release of Ubuntu, Ubuntu 4.10 Warty Warthog.
Jaw-dropping. Hugely successful. Record breaking. All terms that describe Jolla's recent crowdfunding campaign, and now it's getting even better.
Ubuntu 14.04 is here and many of you will opt to wipe and reinstall Ubuntu for that fresh, new LTS smell. But I'm here to say: not so fast!
We've repeatedly heard that ‘big brand’ smartphone manufacturers are serious about shipping Ubuntu on smartphones. But why go with smaller players in the heated mobile space?
With Xmas now upon us I wanted to take the opportunity to wish each and every one of you a happy Xmas*.
Christmas time means two things: One, I have to reach for the big box of tree decorations on top my wardrobe, and two, I have to reach for the big box of cliches on top […]
If the Ubuntu Edge fails to meet its $32m goal will it have really failed? Here are 5 compelling successes the project can be proud of making.
Memes. I love 'em. But relaying my emotional state through a serious of un-witty images should be easier on Ubuntu.
After just one week Canonical's campaign to fund a high-end smartphone - the Ubuntu Edge - has already smashed records & wowed enthusiasts.
To meet the challenges of the road towards 14.04 we as a community need everyone's help - including yours. Read on for more.
While the world was busying download Ubuntu 13.04 last week time ran out on a crowd-funding campaign for Linux e-mail app Geary. But why did it fail where so many other, less useful, projects succeed?