Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 ships with GNOME 3.10 for a solid, stable desktop experience. But if you're looking for the latest and greatest, here's how to upgrade to GNOME 3.12.
Following its release last week, many readers has asked whether GNOME 3.12 will be available to use in the upcoming release of Ubuntu 14.04.
GNOME 3.12 hit the download servers earlier today, but among the reams of changes on offer what are the highlights to look out for?
GNOME 3.12 has been released, and sees the modern open-source desktop environment build upon the firm foundations laid out in its previous versions. The first stable release since the release of 3.10 back in September […]
After all the 'umm-ing and ahh-ing', GNOME has decided against shipping Wayland support by default in its upcoming release.
GNOME 3.12 will be released on March 26, despite earlier discussions suggest that it should be delayed by a week.
Two items recently covered on this site, the upcoming release of GNOME 3.12 and Ubuntu's intention to support HDPI displays in 14.04 LTS, combined neatly over the weekend.
GNOME 3.12, the next major stable update of the GNOME desktop, is due in April. In this post we take a look at 5 changes coming with it.
The upcoming release of Wayland 1.5 could delay the arrival of GNOME 3.12.
Support for popular content bookmarking service Pocket has been added to GNOME Online Accounts, allowing for some nifty desktop integration.