It's three years to the day since Canonical launched the most audacious crowdfunding campaign in history.
Canonical's crowd-funding campaign has failed in its bid to secure $32m, ending its 30 day run just over 40% of its overall goal.
With $20+ million left the success of the Ubuntu Edge is down to people like you - those who've yet to pledge. Here's 5 reasons why might you want to get behind the project.
British comedian, actor and writer Stephen Fry has, seemingly, backed the Ubuntu Edge campaign.
If the Ubuntu Edge fails to meet its $32m goal will it have really failed? Here are 5 compelling successes the project can be proud of making.
Over $10 million has now been pledged to the Ubuntu Edge crowd-funding campaign on IndieGoGo. The figure, some $22 million short of Canonical's required $32 million goal, is made up by contributions from over 21,000 backers.
Mark Shuttleworth has thanked backers of the Ubuntu Edge campaign but says that neither he nor Canonical are 'giving up' on hitting their audacious crowd-funding goal yet.
Do you think the Ubuntu Edge will be rolling off the production line in May 2014? Or do you think this entire effort will result in nothing?
Canonical have, once again, lowered the price of an Ubuntu Edge - but this time they say it'll be sticking. So, if you have a spare $695...
Bloomberg, the revered US-based financial information & news service, has pledged a record $80,000 to the Ubuntu Edge campaign on IndieGoGo.
Over $8 million has now be raised towards the development and production of Canonical's innovative 'Ubuntu Edge' super-phone.
LastPass, one of the web's most popular password management services, is backing Ubuntu Edge - and its backers.