Meet 'Ubuntu for Android' - a side-by-side pairing of the Android and Ubuntu OSes on a single phone, the latest part of Canonical's 'multi-device' future for Ubuntu.
Vodafone have chosen to stock the Ubuntu One Files app in their custom Android app store "Vodafone AppSelect". The app store, which comes pre-loaded on Vodafone-branded Android mobiles across Europe, provides a range of applications that have gone through Vodafone's thorough app approval process.
If you're one of the 14,000 or so marvellous mobile folks who use our Android app then you might be wondering where the hell we've gone. For almost a week now our dedicated Android app has not been loading new articles. Whilst we're figuring out of the cause of the issue (rather aptly it broke on SOPA strike day) we've pulled the app from the Android Market.
Recent updates to the Ubuntu One Files application for Android have added some welcome features. You can now sign up for an Ubuntu One account within the application itself. Prior to this one had to use the Ubuntu One website.
The Galaxy Nexus - such a great phone, and one that wows anyone who uses it. But there is one area in which the phone falls short: getting it hooked up to my Ubuntu laptop. Read on for a quick guide on accessing your Nexus S files from Ubuntu.
Android Ice-Cream Sandwich is the talk of the tech-press today – and rightly so. The next iteration of Google’s Android operating system boasts not only some wonderful new features, but ships with a renewed emphasis […]
How many days are left until the release of Ubuntu 11.10? If that's a question you cannot live without knowing the answer to (or if you just want to ramp up some excitement ahead of the release) the following 'Ubuntu Countdown' widget for Android devices serves that niche admirably: it counts down the days remaining until the next Ubuntu release.
Just a quick notification to let everyone know that we've open sourced our OMG! Ubuntu! android application. All you budding Java coders can head on over to Launchpad and play around with the code.
Seeing the Ubuntu logo sailing alongside hundreds of Android App icons in a TV spot for Samsung's Galaxy S II was a strange, but not unwarranted, sight to begin with. But Uncle Sammy appear to have had a change of heart; a 'new' version of the same advert is running in India with one small difference: no more Ubuntu logo.
The Ubuntu logo can be clearly seen on screen in the latest promotional spot for Samsung's Galaxy S II Android phone.
Popular lightweight music player 'DeaDBeeF' recently launched an Android version. Is it much cop? I find out...
Self-described 'ubuntu YouYube and Android fanatic' Joe Steiger has finally published his long-in-development Ubuntu Unity themed Android skin.