Building your next Ubuntu-based PC is going to be a lot easier from now on. Canonical have today launched the largest online list of Linux-compatible PC components, featuring over 1300 certified different components from 161 […]
This weeks Ubuntu Developer Day held in Bangalore, India, was home to a few juicy news highlights...
Yesterday I got a chance to sit down for an interview over lunch with one of the original founders of Ubuntu: ex-GNOME Release Manager and past Canonical employee Jeff Waugh.
Boy we've got something exciting for you today - a full length exclusive interview with Unity's Technical Lead and Canonical DX Team Member Neil Patel. In this lengthy interview, Neil explains everything from how Unity will work on large screens to how he feels Ubuntu is going and why he started working for Canonical. It's a total must read for anyone even remotely interested in the future of Ubuntu, so click through for the full scoop!
A new officially branded waterproof keyboard has gone on sale in the Canonical store - albeit one with what appears to be a Windows key.
Canonical COO Matt Asay has today announced via his blog that he is leaving Canonical to join start-up 'Strobe Inc.', which focuses on building an open web through mobile apps.
A new cycle jersey goes on sale in the Canonical store.
Canonical Landscape is a service designed to simplify management of many Ubuntu installations, be they physical computers (usually servers) or cloud based. It's aimed at commercial deployment where system administrators need to keep an eye on dozens, if not hundreds of installations - keeping them all running smoothly, bug free, cool and up to date.
Canonical have no plans to complain about anti-competitive behaviour by Microsoft to the European Union, the vice president of business development at Canonical has told PC Pro.
Two new T Shirts for the Maverick Meerkat release of Ubuntu that comes out in just over a week have appeared in the Canonical Store.
New training courses based on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS are now available from Canonical. The courses available remain the same as previously with Ubuntu Certified Professional (UCP), Deploying Ubuntu Server Edition (plus an accelerated version) and Deploying Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud all available […]
Dave Neary has posted the results of the GNOME census which has been looking at contributions to GNOME, who develops what, where it's coming from and who's been doing it over the last two years. The report has revealed that most of the upstream commits to GNOME are from people in their spare time with over 70% of respondents listing themselves as volunteers.