Canonical are putting a lot of effort into Ubuntu on ARM, and based on the small glimpses seen at this years ARM TechCon in California, the effort is paying off.
So the long heralded 'flood' of ARM netbooks on to the shelves barely even materialised as a drop, with a drop in demand for netbooks and massive growth spurt in touch-screen Tablet devices seemingly diverting attention elsewhere. PC company Hercules are pinning their hopes on a 'better late than never' approach with the launch of a new ARM powered netbook series dubbed the 'eCafé'.
Trim-Slice, 'the worlds first Tegra 2 desktop PC', is now on sale. Available in 3 versions - 2 of which run Ubuntu. More information, pictures and promo-video tucked away inside...
Okay, I'll admit that I'm a bit obsessed about Ubuntu on ARM and have been scouring Twitter and YouTube for any interesting news from CES. But I found a gem.
Charbax of ArmDevices.net has been at ARM Techcon this week gathering up all the latest news and developments ARM related. Amongst the many companies showing off Linaro-enabled devices were ST-Ericsson who demonstrated the MeeGo OS […]
Charbax over at ArmDevices.net poked us with news of a new video interview he conducted with Frederic Baille, the founder of the Ubuntu-based Linutop OS.
Excuse the dodgy pun but Ubuntu 10.10 is going to be a fantastic release for many reasons, not least of which is improved ARM architecture support. Amongst the many improvements the Ubuntu ARM team have […]
Our lovely friends over at ArmDevices.net nabbed themselves a great interview with Canonical’s ‘Partner Engineer’ Jerone Young who discusses the challenges and opportunities optimizing Ubuntu for ARM is bringing. It’s a great interview well worth […]
A new version of Ubuntu Netbook Edition optimized for ARM-based devices is due for release in July. Called ‘Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.7′ it will be based on Ubuntu 10.04. A video, showing off Ubuntu NBE […]