Some minor design changes have gone live over on the official Ubuntu website.
Canonical, the makers of Ubuntu have announced that they will be officially affiliated with the Chinese government to bring a new Ubuntu based OS to the Chinese population.
Confirming the expected, Canonical have unveiled a new 'tablet' face for Ubuntu as part of their focus on convergence across devices.
Ubuntu will not be switching to a 'Rolling Release' model anytime soon, despite recent reports to the contrary. But Ubuntu's Jono Bacon has revealed that pieces are being put into place' to allow such a decision to be made at a later date.
Chinese Ubuntu users will be able to find music from their favourite national artists straight from the Unity Dash. Search support for China's largest music download site, Baidu Music, is now available in Ubuntu 13.04.
In news that most of you won't give two sugar lumps about, the packages.ubuntu.com website has been updated to match the "new" Ubuntu branding. Where "new" means "introduced in 2010".
Join Benjamin Kerensa, Bilal Akhtar and José Antonio Rey with guest Jono Bacon to discuss the exciting Ubuntu product announcement today. We invite OMG! readers and Ubuntu users to join us and share their thoughts […]
An updated version of Ubuntu for testing on the Nexus7 tablet has been released.
Support for Ubuntu 11.04 - released 18 months ago today, on April 28, 2011 - officially ends today. Are you still using it? Will you miss it?
Ubuntu's shift onto tablets and mobiles is now afoot, as a new video demoing Ubuntu on a Nexus 7 shows.
Canonical have announced the release of Ubuntu 12.10, the latest version of their popular Linux operating system. The release follows 6 long months of development, and introduces many new features to the desktop.
Canonical have today launched a new 'contributions' page through which users can donate money to the Ubuntu project. Canonical say that the initiative will help people '..choose to financially support different aspects of Canonical's work, from gaming and app, desktop, phone and tablet, to co-ordination of upstreams or supporting Ubuntu flavours."