Wondering what Mark Shuttleworth thinks about IBM buying Red Hat? Well, wonder no more. The Ubuntu founder has shared his thoughts on IBM’s game-changing purchase in a short but pointed blog post. And, few of you will […]
Mark Shuttleworth says his company will IPO at the 'right time'
Mark Shuttleworth shares more details on why Ubuntu chose to drop Unity, a decision that took the Linux community by surprise back in April 2017.
It’s not everyday that you get to tune in to mainstream TV news and see Mark Shuttleworth on screen, chatting about life aboard the International Space Station. It certainly added a bit of pep to […]
Mark Shuttleworth has reiterated that the Ubuntu desktop "remains really important" to Canonical in an interview with The Cube at the OpenStack Summit 2017.
Mark Shuttleworth has revealed more about what's next for the Ubuntu desktop following last week's dramatic news that the next LTS release will use GNOME.
News that Ubuntu is to drop Unity and switch back to GNOME has been greeted by users with a mixture of confusion and surprise. It is, without doubt, big news. Probably the single biggest bit of Ubuntu news since January […]
The man, the myth, and the space-faring market-disrupting legend, but also a very busy man. Yet, in the weeks following each new release of Ubuntu, Mark Shuttleworth manages to find some time to talk to the community and answer […]
Mark Shuttleworth stoked the flames of expectation for Ubuntu on Phones last year with a single, simple phrase.
When Ubuntu founder and space tourist Mark Shuttleworth speaks, people tend to listen — more so since he and his company Canonical announced they were planning to enter the manic mobile market place with Ubuntu for Phones.
Two manufacturers, China based Meizu and Spanish OEM BQ Readers, are both set to release Ubuntu-powered handsets at some point 'within 2014'.
Mark Shuttleworth has expresses his belief that Ubuntu will deliver true mobile/desktop convergence ahead of Microsoft.