Has Natty's new-look Ubuntu One Control Panel raised the standard of how applications should look on the Ubuntu desktop? Reader Romeo Calota thinks so. He stopped by our inbox to share his 2¢ and some mock-ups on just how things could look that smidge nicer...
Mozilla's Mike Conley's quest to integrate Thunderbird and Ubuntu continues apace. Following Messaging Menu and Unity launcher support comes news of impending Ubuntu One contacts sync.
The Ubuntu One team have officially unveiled the new-look Ubuntu One logo - and boy is it sexy.
As far as Ubuntu One has come over the last year there are things people think it could - or should - do better. I'm not sure that the 'everything bar the kitchen sink' approach, as ~usrnametaken proposes in his mock-up below, is entirely the right approach - but I can admit to running out of fingers counting options I see in the mock-up that I'd love to find available in the Ubuntu One Dashboard - particularly the inspired 'Ubuntu One Backup Service'.
With Banshee selected as Ubuntu 11.04’s default music player one question has been circling our minds: will there be two music stores enabled by default, or just one? And if one – which one?
It may not have an Indicator icon on the panel like Dropbox does, but that doesn't mean that you won't be notified by Ubuntu One about what it's up to, with your files.
It's all ago in Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha land this week: from the Ubuntu One Control Panel to Unity's Dash - a lot of apps are receiving a lot of updates. Here we look over some of the more apparent changes changed by the, er, changes...
This weeks Ubuntu Developer Day held in Bangalore, India, was home to a few juicy news highlights...
A new Chrome Web App (okay, 'glorified bookmark') provides you with quick access to your Ubuntu One file storage.
Long time readers or those with good memories may remember that a new - and very elegant- Ubuntu One control panel was targeted for Ubuntu 11.04. So how's it coming along?
Stream music stored in your Ubuntu One cloud directly to your stereo, TV or other AirPlay connected device with the official Ubuntu One client for iPhone.
The latest video from the Ubuntu One team, in which the Ubuntu One Music Streaming service is demoed, is both informative and persuasive.