Online retail giant Snapdeal the first major international retailer to stock the Ubuntu Phone, and offers the two Bq devices to India's enthusiastic tech crowd.
Adoption of Ubuntu grew by a staggering 160% in India over the last year, according to Canonical CEO Jane Silber. The statistic, Silber says, is based on data Canonical are privy to, such as security updates, downloads and the number of pre-loaded devices sold.
When I say that readers of this site are awesome I really do mean it. Prasanna Venkadesh, and the PuduvaiLUG (Puducherry Linux Users Group), are shining examples.
Dell computers pre-loaded with Ubuntu are being rolled out across 850 retail stores in India. The move is the latest in a string of retail manoeuvres by Canonical and Dell, having arrived in 220 store across China late last year.
Ubuntu bagged itself some mainstream media exposure this weekend when it was reviewed on Indian news channel 'CNN-IBN'. Review (in english) can be found by clicking on in...
Seeing the Ubuntu logo sailing alongside hundreds of Android App icons in a TV spot for Samsung's Galaxy S II was a strange, but not unwarranted, sight to begin with. But Uncle Sammy appear to have had a change of heart; a 'new' version of the same advert is running in India with one small difference: no more Ubuntu logo.
This weeks Ubuntu Developer Day held in Bangalore, India, was home to a few juicy news highlights...
Most readers landing upon this page wouldn't require a seconds hesitation in answering the question posed above. But for a contestant on India's version of 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?' it required an entire audience vote to pick an answer.
For the Ubuntu Manual Project, we are aiming to have our final product available in over fifty languages. This means that we have to have a lot of translators and translating teams. Luckily, the good […]