Mark Shuttleworth has said that an 'interesting set of household brands' are looking at putting Ubuntu Touch on their own phones and tablets.
Honing the Ubuntu Touch tablet interface will be the "focus" of Ubuntu's development activities over the next 6 months.
The Ubuntu Touch Gallery, Media Player, Notes & Web Browser apps are now available to install and run on the Ubuntu 13.10 desktop.
A video demonstrating a new set of animations on Ubuntu Touch has been posted online.
I was pointed to the website of the 'intermatrix u7' on Google+. It bills itself as 'the world's first Ubuntu Tablet'. But before you part ways with your hard-earned cash, take a step back and consider what's really on offer here.
Canonical has today publicly confirmed that they are working on a new cross-platform displayer server for Ubuntu. Called ‘Mir‘, the X Window Server replacement is tasked with ‘enabling development of the next generation Unity’. Which, in yet another […]
Ubuntu Touch will be featured enough for developers to use daily within 'a couple of weeks', Mark Shuttleworth has said.
With the Ubuntu Touch Preview images now available I predict that, round about now, your temptation is buckling under the temptation to try it out. Well here's how!
Later today a developer preview of Ubuntu Touch will be made available to download and install on a handful of Nexus devices.
Want to see more of the Ubuntu Tablet interface in action? Canonical have got you covered with this pair of slick promo spots...
Confirming the expected, Canonical have unveiled a new 'tablet' face for Ubuntu as part of their focus on convergence across devices.
The Ubuntu website is once again displaying a countdown - similar to the one shown ahead of January's Ubuntu Phone announcement. Next to the clock sits a not-so-subtle clue about the purpose of the countdown that reads: 'Tick, tock, tablet time!'