Ubuntu 14.04 will, for the first time, allow users to install the MATE desktop environment straight from the Ubuntu Software Centre.
Developers, sysadmins, and everyone in between will be pleased to hear that the open source Nginx web server will be moving to the main repo in Ubuntu 14.04.
Mark Shuttleworth has expresses his belief that Ubuntu will deliver true mobile/desktop convergence ahead of Microsoft.
Xmas has come early for fans of unstable Ubuntu flavours; the first alpha releases of Ubuntu 14.04 are now available to download.
Ubuntu users using SSDs have something extra to look forward to in April's release of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS: TRIM support is finally included.
Canonical developers have confirmed their plans to fork the GNOME Control Centre in Ubuntu 14.04.
In the current daily builds of Ubuntu 14.04 the Unity global menu can now be disabled on a per-app basis.
Xubuntu and Lubuntu both release their Long-Term Support releases next year, but what changes will they bring? Click through for a rundown.
In around five months time the terrifically named Trusty Tahr – aka 'Ubuntu 14.04' – will be released - but what can you expect to find in it? We take a ramble through the known plans...
It's been a long time coming but work a revamped set of icons for the Ubuntu desktop is underway in 14.04 – and we've got screenshots.
Mark Shuttleworth has said that an 'interesting set of household brands' are looking at putting Ubuntu Touch on their own phones and tablets.
Xubuntu are looking to the community to help source a set of wallpapers for the upcoming release of 14.04 LTS.