Ubuntu TV has been unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, after Jane Silber announced Canonical would have something to show last week. The interface will look very familiar for Unity users, as it appears to simply be an Ubuntu installation running with some custom Unity lenses for browsing movies, TV Shows, music, watching YouTube, and more.
An Ubuntu-powered internet TV is Canonical's mystery 'Ubuntu Concept Design'. The prototype device will be shown off during next weeks Consumer Electronics Show.
The rumour mill is cranking into overdrive as to what form Canonical’s ‘Ubuntu Concept Design’ CES reveal will take. But there may be a clue what it might be by looking at Canonical’s diary for […]
Canonical will show off an 'exclusive Ubuntu concept design' at next weeks (10th - 13th January) Consumer Electronics Show (CES). And, tantalisingly, we've been told that the top secret design is 'so awesome' that 'it might just surprise a lot of people in the industry.' Just what could it be? We have a think...
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.