It's been nearly two weeks since Ubuntu 14.10 'Utopic Unicorn' went public. Enough time for the tech press to throw a critical once over.
After you’ve installed or upgraded to Ubuntu 14.10, known by its codename ‘Utopic Unicorn’, there are a few things you should do to get it up and running in tip-top shape.
In the first of an ongoing series as we near the launch of the first two devices we highlight three key features the Ubuntu Phone OS has.
We're swamped by the latest Linux gaming news! To get back on top of things, here are the biggest gaming stories of the past fortnight.
If Ubuntu-based Linux distributions were comic book superheroes, who would be what and why? That's the question I've been mulling over for the last half hour.
Can Ubuntu run games, .exe files or get viruses? In this post we answer the four questions new users ask most often about Ubuntu.
Ardent Linux gamers will have seen last week as a good one, as rising game distribution service GOG.com brought a batch of more than 50 classic PC and indie titles to the platform, many for the very first time.
The latest release of the popular Cinnamon desktop environment is once again available for Ubuntu users to install. Here's how to make it rock.
Ubuntu might well be the world's most widely used flavour of Linux distribution, but whether it's the best remains a hotly contested, hugely contentious topic.
Grab a pencil and the nearest piece of paper: the expected release date of Ubuntu 14.10 'Utopic Unicorn' is October 16, 2014.
Here's our list of the top 10 things to do after installing Ubuntu 14.04 LTS — ideal for all those upgrades unsure of what to do next.
Be honest: news that Canonical is shuttering its Ubuntu One cloud storage service came as a shock, right? But which alternatives are worth pursuing? Let's take a look.