It's had a fair old run, but after 9 months basking in the sun today marks the end of official support for Ubuntu 13.10 'Saucy Salamander'.
Whether you find Unity's shopping suggestions to be a subtle invasion of privacy, or a solution in need of a problem, Ubuntu make it easy to disable results you don't want to see.
Don't want to use a stale version of GNOME Shell in Ubuntu 13.10? It's easy to upgrade to the latest release, and in this post we'll show you how.
Want to disable or turn off the new keyboard indicator in Ubuntu 13.10? It's easy enough to do; in this post we'll show you how.
We take a look at what some notable websites and publications have had to say about the recent release of Ubuntu 13.10.
Do you plan to upgrade to Ubuntu 13.10? Or are you happy using an older version? We want to know - click through to vote in our poll.
Ubuntu 13.10 is out, you've upgraded, and you're wondering what to do now. Don't fret - here are 10 things to do after installing Ubuntu 13.10.
Ten months on from its initial reveal to the world, the first stable version of Ubuntu Touch for phones has been released for "developers and industry partners".
Ubuntu 13.10 brings a number of minor changes to the desktop - but are any of them essential? We review the latest release.
Newly designed t-shirts to celebrate the forthcoming release of Ubuntu 13.10 have been added to the Canonical online store.
The goal to enable XMir by default for supported graphics cards in Ubuntu 13.10 has been pushed back.
The final beta of Ubuntu 13.10 is now available for download, bringing with it powerful new semantic search features to the Unity Dash.