Unity 6.8.0 landed in Ubuntu 12.10 this morning - but what's changed? Largely a bug fix release, 6.8.0 addresses numerous performance and visual glitches experienced by beta testers over the last few months.
A 'Kill Switch' to disable online results Ubuntu's Dash is ready to land in Ubuntu 12.10.
Ubuntu 12.10 has updated its Messaging Menu icons once again. Five revamped 'pips' - small icons that appear on the panel 'envelope' icon - have been added.
An unfortunate "side effect" of Ubuntu's new 'shopping suggestions' feature is that, regardless of what you're looking for, be it local or online, you're going to be met with a barrage of results. This filterless 'show whatever from where-ever' approach has raised the eyebrows of some early testers...
A new beta release of Ubuntu 12.10 was released yesterday with a host of nifty new features, bug fixes and general improvements. But do you plan on using it?
The second beta release of Ubuntu 12.10 has been made available for download. It arrives ahead of Ubuntu 12.10's final release in just over 2 weeks time.
A new 'Sync Menu' is one of several new features available to those testing Ubuntu 12.10 Beta.
Ubuntu's last-minute decision to add shopping results to the Home Lens of the Unity Dash proved controversial earlier this week - but is a compromise on the cards? A Google+ update from Unity developer Didier Roche seems to hint so
Icon changes to the Messaging Menu in Ubuntu 12.10 were met with a lukewarm reception from many users. The good news is that like all things open source if we don’t like it we can, with a little effort, tweak things to suit our personal preferences. And in this guest post from Sam Hewitt, we take a look at how to do just that....
Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Ubuntu, has taken to his blog to add context to the latest controversial change in Ubuntu: shopping results.
Amazon shopping results have been integrated into the Dash of Ubuntu 12.10. The feature comes a day after news that Ubuntu were adding Amazon and Ubuntu One Music web-apps as default items on Unity launcher.
Ubuntu 12.10 Beta 2 is due out next thursday, which means that today marks the last date at which interface and feature changes can be added. I.e. It's exciting new features and changes time! The following updates have already landed in the 'Quantal Proposed' repo and - should nothing bar their way - trickle on down to Ubuntu 12.10 shortly.