An alleged privacy leak with the Unity Reddit Scope in Ubuntu has been uncovered.
Canonical has published details of its new Scopes technology, set to be at the core of the converged Ubuntu experience.
Looking for some new Creative Commons music? Before you fire up your browser to search the Jamendo website you might want to try out the following new Unity Scope.
Smart Scopes will not ship as part of the Ubuntu 13.04 desktop as originally planned.
Prolific Unity Scopes developer David Callé has recently been showing off some interesting new features he's built into Unity Previews. And by 'interesting' I do mean 'downright awesome'.
Raring testers expecting to find Ubuntu's new 'Smart Scopes' feature landing on their desktops today (March 25th) will be disappointed - it's arrival has been pushed back to April 1st.
Ubuntu wants to be more helpful and more relevant than it is at present - as well as faster.
In an attempt to both broaden the types of data that can be searched from the Dash and increase the relevancy of results, Ubuntu and Canonical are to introduce some major improvements to the Scopes API.
What is Ubuntu? Where do Dalek's come from? And can you cook pasta in a microwave? Don't worry this is not a pop quiz, but examples of questions that I have, at various points in my life, turned to Google to get answers for. Now, a new Lens for Ubuntu's Unity desktop makes finding answers to common questions insanely easy. Meet the 'Unity Answers Lens'.
Want to know of a movie is worth watching? A new scope for Ubuntu's Unity desktop aims to make finding out super easy.
Remember that YouTube Lens for Unity we showed you last week? It's just gotten a little bit better. The Lens lets you browser through YouTube's extensive video library without having to open your browser. When you want to watch a video you just click on the thumbnail and out pops VLC ready to play the video right away.
A new photo-orientated Lens for Unity that lets you browse through your Shotwell library and online Flickr collection is seeking testers. The 'Photo Lens' adds an easy-to-access photo-centric pane to your Unity Dash that's powered by two 'Scopes' (search backends) - one for Ubuntu's default photo app Shotwell, and the other for popular online photo service Flickr.