Though not a complete, finished version of Ubuntu's new 'convergent' interface, the preview offers developers and enthusiasts alike the chance to go hands-on with the most talked about interface change in Ubuntu's history.
Confirming the expected, Canonical have unveiled a new 'tablet' face for Ubuntu as part of their focus on convergence across devices.
An Ubuntu-powered phone has been unveiled by Mark Shuttleworth in London, today. Calling the product launch a "significant next step in our history", Shuttleworth demoed the device and spoke of Canonical's plans for taking the device to an already saturated mobile market. And the interface of the OS is, possibly more than the brand-name behind it, going to drive adoption.
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.
Google's Nexus 7 tablet is, as Mark Shuttleworth revealed last week, to be Ubuntu's 'reference' device on which the 'core' of Ubuntu will be tweaked. By 'viewing Ubuntu through a mobile lens' developers will be address CPU, RAM and power usage issues, making them better. The net result is that all devices - tablet, desktop or TV, will benefit.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: I never tire of seeing Ubuntu for Android in action. Lucky for me then that a new video of this very thing has surfaced online.
News on the fabled Ubuntu Phone is scant on the ground, so users are using their creativity to imagine how it might look.
Canonical are over at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week to schmooze, show off and shore up support for their stunning (no hyperbole needed) Ubuntu for Android feature. AndroidCentral's Phil Nickinson is over in Barcelona to attend the MWC and, in Hall 7, got to lay his hands on the technology. Video and reaction tucked inside.
Canonical's newly announced 'Ubuntu for Android' technology has made a lot of people very excited. But words and pictures can only relay so much about how the device, which is still a prototype, works. Can you run Android apps on thedesktop? How flawless is the Ubuntu experience? How do I connect to the mobiles 3G via Ubuntu? All of those questions and more are answered in the following 3 minute and 57 second long walkthrough of Ubuntu for Android...
Meet 'Ubuntu for Android' - a side-by-side pairing of the Android and Ubuntu OSes on a single phone, the latest part of Canonical's 'multi-device' future for Ubuntu.
Ubuntu TV captured the attention and imaginations of the technology press after its reveal at CES 2012. And rightly so. The demo of Ubuntu TV shown off at the event proved that not only are […]
Drip, drip, drip. That was the sound my drool made as it hit the ground when I opened my inbox this morning and found this slick Ubuntu Tablet Concept by Deviant Art user spiceofdesign staring back at me.