If you're yet to retrieve files stored on Ubuntu One, Canonical's zombified cloud storage service, you are pretty much out of time.
A new app has released by Canonical to help Ubuntu One users export their files to their desktop ahead of the service shutdown in July.
The Ubuntu One cloud storage and music store are being axed, Canonical has announced.
A number of users are reporting issues with Ubuntu One, the cloud storage service provided by Canonical and installed by default on the Ubuntu desktop.
A new application is aiming to help Ubuntu One users access their files on more platforms – including Ubuntu Touch.
Ubuntu 13.04 wants to let users buy music from the Ubuntu One Music Store directly from the Dash - no web-browser transactions needed. But 'want' doesn't always 'get'.
Jolidrive, a dashboard for managing various online accounts including Dropbox and Google Drive, has added support for Ubuntu One.
Tomboy note syncing through Ubuntu One will stop working at the end of February's, Ubuntu One have announced.
An update to the Ubuntu One desktop client in 13.04 has brought with it a new 'Sync Menu'. The panel-based menu provides quick access to common Ubuntu One service features, including an 'On/Off' toggle; list of recent transfers; and links to online information.
Ubuntu's default music player Rhythmbox won't ship with the Ubuntu One Music Store plugin in 13.04. Sounds like a bad move, but it's actually for the best...
A 'Photos' feature was added to the Ubuntu One Web Dashboard earlier this month - but what does it offer?
Despite the popularity of alternatives, Ubuntu One remains my go-to cloud storage/sync service. And good news for anyone who dual-boots Ubuntu with OS X is that the official Ubuntu Mac client has slipped out of beta and gone 'stable' in its 4.0 release.