OMG! Ubuntu! reader Darren Shipp spotted something a little off when browsing the Walmart website recently: Ubuntu Touch for Tablets.
Put your hands up if you think you spotted Ubuntu's Unity desktop being used during Doctor Who's most recent episode...
Every day we walk past and interact with machines that run Linux, without ever noticing. But every now and then these machines go wrong, and their underlying OS is exposed for all to see...
In an article on Norway's cyber warfare effort over on Norwegian IT site digi.no, Ubuntu's Unity desktop is clearly visible in one of the accompanying photos. So much for people not using it, eh?
Have you played on an in-store demo unit of the Wii U recently? If so there's a good chance you were actually playing a game on Ubuntu...
Stephen Fry is more than just a a revered actor, writer and comedian: he's also an Ubuntu user. The actor confirmed his choice of Linux distro in a pre-recorded interview for the OggCamp 12 event, held last week in London
We've seen Ubuntu Cola, Ubuntu car license plates, and even Ubuntu crop circles. But a wine? That's new to me The familiarly-named beverage was produced in 2007, 2008 and 2009 by Portuguese wine makers Niepoort as part of celebrations making the then World Cup host nation of South Africa.
A number of Ubuntu-shaped crop circles have begun appearing in wheat fields belong to Joseph Fasciana's family. Many of the designs (for there are more than one) span between 600 to 800 square meters.
We like looking at 'Ubuntu' cropping up 'in the wild' - whether they're related to the OS of the same name or not. The following instance (or should that be inst-agram-ance) falls into this latter category.
One of the internets more popular news sites - The Huffington Post - recently ran a feature on the 'Ten best Jobs in the US'. Their list included a number of technology-orientated roles including 'Computer Systems' and 'Software Engineer' - the former of the former of which shows Ubuntu in the role.
We like covering spots of ‘Ubuntu in the wild’ – but even more so when it crops up in places you wouldn’t always expect. Today’s nod is from an article on the Microsoft-backed “Build New […]
We love keeping an eye on Ubuntu in public – especially when n when it’s not an intentional nod. Oodle, an online listings site for ‘buying, selling, and lending among one’s community’, powers the ‘Facebook […]