Canonical has no plans to join the current tech trend for wearable technology, Canonical’s Jono Bacon has said. With many of the mobile industry’s major players, including Mozilla, Google and Apple, toying with wrist-mounted tech, […]
Ever since Valve announced Steam OS last year one small detail has left many in the Linux community a little confused: why is the gaming OS based on Debian rather than Ubuntu?
Mark Shuttleworth has expresses his belief that Ubuntu will deliver true mobile/desktop convergence ahead of Microsoft.
After nearly 12 months of hints, hopes and finger crossing Mark Shuttleworth today announced that Ubuntu Touch has its first smartphone partner.
Users of the popular Ubuntu-based operating system Linux Mint should not use it for online banking, a Canonical engineer has advised.
At 11.06 AM on this very day back in 2004, Mark Shuttleworth took the Ubuntu mailing list to announce the inaugural release of Ubuntu 4.10.
Dell are to more than double the number of its Chinese retail stores stocking Ubuntu-loaded laptops, Canonical has announced.
Over $8 million has now be raised towards the development and production of Canonical's innovative 'Ubuntu Edge' super-phone.
Canonical CEO Jane Silber appeared on American news-station CNBC to discuss the crowd-funding campaign for Ubuntu Edge.
Will UK backers "pre-buying" an Ubuntu Edge handset on IndieGoGo for $830 be required to pay an additional $166 before they can receive their device?
Canonical are hoping to kickstart the super-phone race with an audacious $32 million crowd-funding campaign.
It disappeared for the weekend but, as of this morning, the Ubuntu website is once against trailing something mysterious…