The Ubuntu Forums have been hacked, with attackers grabbing data from more than 1.8 million users accounts.
A minimal countdown has appeared on the official Ubuntu homepage - but what's it for? What is it counting down to? We play speculation inside.
African telecom 'giant' MTN Group is the latest network to join Canonical's 'Carrier Advisory Group' for Ubuntu Touch.
Three international mobile networks, including one from the US, have joined the Ubuntu Touch 'Carrier Advisory Group'.
Several high-profile telecom carriers have signalled their interest in supporting Ubuntu Touch - Canonical's mobile platform.
Non-LTS releases of Ubuntu will see their support periods halved from Ubuntu 13.04 onwards.
Want to see more of the Ubuntu Tablet interface in action? Canonical have got you covered with this pair of slick promo spots...
Join Benjamin Kerensa, Bilal Akhtar and José Antonio Rey with guest Jono Bacon to discuss the exciting Ubuntu product announcement today. We invite OMG! readers and Ubuntu users to join us and share their thoughts […]
A new Ubuntu product will be unveiled by Canonical on Wednesday, January 2nd. Details are scant on the ground at present at present. So far the only known 'fact' is that which is written on the press release: it's an event to 'launch an all new Ubuntu product'.
A new job listing from Canonical once again reinforces the 'design first' philosophy shaping the Ubuntu experience. In a newly posted role for a 'Head of Apps Design', Canonical are seeking a capable designer capable of 'delivering high-quality, value-adding, and unique apps for the Ubuntu platform' that '...address key user needs and serve as a vehicle to demonstrate Ubuntu's values.' Exciting stuff.
If your ear has fallen within the radius of a supermarket or shopping mall's sound system anytime since October then you'll know that the festive feel-good season of Christmas is all but upon us. So if you're stuck for a gift to get an Ubuntu-user in your member, or if someone's stuck on what to get you, cast an eye over the following deals on offer from Canonical...
Canonical's VP of Sales and Business Development, Chris Kenyon, shared some interesting stats on Ubuntu's uptake in the world during the recent Ubuntu Developer Summit.