The latest new on the next iteration of the Ubuntu desktop.
Amongst the never-ending-list-of-really-cool-features new in Ubuntu 11.04 is 'Test Drive' - a new Software Centre feature that allows you to try applications without installing them.
In the mood for a quick round-up of nifty - albeit trivial - changes that have been added and/or improved in Ubuntu 11.04 over the last few days? Course you are.
Love handles. Sounds non-sexy, but boy it is anything but.
Drop your laser guns, volley balls and pan flutes: the default wallpaper for Ubuntu 11.04 is here.
The winning wallpapers that will form the Ubuntu 11.04 wallpaper pack have been selected. 17 images make up the set – excluding the default desktop wallpaper, which you can see here – including the first […]
From now until release it's fix fix fix on the Unity team, all day every day. Dylan McCall's landed his first code contribution to Unity, though he is no stranger to contributing to Ubuntu, most people know him as the person who maintains the installer slideshow.
Natty only: Remember that neat AskUbuntu lens we mentioned a few days back? Interested parties will be pleased to hear that it's now available to install via the ease of a PPA.
Ubuntu's mono-styled tray icons have been "completely redrawn" for their inclusion in Natty.
We’re now just over a week away from the beta release of Ubuntu 11.04, but to keep ourselves pepped up in advance of the date we thought we’d share this neat Narwhal wallpaper for your […]
Ubuntu Unity's "non-accelerated" sibling Unity 2D has began to play UI catch-up with its older brother. Peek in for images and video.
Elementary's Nautilus-fork 'Nautilus-elementary' has been revived - just in-time for Ubuntu 11.04! The project, which was announced as no longer being in development last November, has proven incredibly popular with users of various distributions thanks to to its refined, uncluttered interface and themeable features. Writing on his blog Nautilus-Elementary's chief developer, ammonkey, gave his reasons for the revival, which are after the break...
The bi-annual call for designed to create and submit Ubuntu release-date countdown widgets has been made - and here's how you can get involved.