Canonical Works with Cisco!
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Canonical Works with Cisco!

The Ubuntu distribution is known to everybody nowadays, right? The company behind its development is…

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Ubuntu debates Rolling Release and LTS
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Ubuntu debates Rolling Release and LTS

Canonical is reviewing Ubuntu’s release cycles for next year. The expectation is to adopt a…

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Ubuntu: Breaking the Industry Barriers
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Ubuntu: Breaking the Industry Barriers

Canonical has come under some heavy criticism in the past couple of weeks with its…

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WebApps: Ubuntu’s next level of integration arrives for Ubuntu 12.10
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WebApps: Ubuntu’s next level of integration arrives for Ubuntu 12.10

Canonicals’ offer of desktop integrated apps is a step forward in Ubuntu’s growth. The tool…

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Ubuntu’s growth in India
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Ubuntu’s growth in India

The recent announcement by Jane Silber, chief executive officer, Canonical that, “India is one of the…

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Canonical launches Ubuntu App Showdown
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Canonical launches Ubuntu App Showdown

Canonical has been recently engaged in attracting third party application developers to their Ubuntu Platform.…

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Ubuntu Zombies
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Ubuntu Zombies

The reason for posting this, is because I have the feeling that something isn’t going…

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Interview with Canonical's Jono Bacon | Interview
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Interview with Canonical's Jono Bacon | Interview

The Linux world is preparing for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS official release to use and evaluate…

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Ubuntu on Android, won’t work for me, 3 serious considerations!
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Ubuntu on Android, won’t work for me, 3 serious considerations!

Ubuntu on Android! So you are guessing that your Android smartphone will have a dual…

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Top 5 Ubuntu pre-installed Laptop companies
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Top 5 Ubuntu pre-installed Laptop companies

While Canonical has a well established business desktop scenario with Ubuntu, finding laptops with preinstalled laptops is…

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Kubuntu loses Canonical support..To join Ubuntu extended family
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Kubuntu loses Canonical support..To join Ubuntu extended family

Once Kubuntu 12.04 is released, Canonical will stop supporting it financially. This sea change for Kubuntu will…

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Rapid release Firefox announced for Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10
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Rapid release Firefox announced for Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10

In a recent change of pace Firefox has moved to rolling release over its bi-annual…

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Official CES 2012 App Let’s You be the first to know Ubuntu’s ‘Exclusive Concept Design’
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Official CES 2012 App Let’s You be the first to know Ubuntu’s ‘Exclusive Concept Design’

Canonicals’ recent blog post on an – exclusive concept design- just days before the start…

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New Features Pack for Precise Pangolin (Ubuntu 12.04)
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New Features Pack for Precise Pangolin (Ubuntu 12.04)

As usual, Canonical is on schedule with development of Ubuntu 12.04 “Precise Pangolin”. This is…

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How would you like to become an Ubuntu Advantage Partner?
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How would you like to become an Ubuntu Advantage Partner?

Canonical has restructured its Enterprise support delivery channels for Ubuntu. Calling it the Ubuntu Advantage,…

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Lubuntu is now an official part of Ubuntu project
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Lubuntu is now an official part of Ubuntu project

lubuntu has grown into an amazing project over the last two years. There are more…

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Canonical abandons ShipIt program! NO MORE FREE CDs
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Canonical abandons ShipIt program! NO MORE FREE CDs

Canonical has announced, “with some regret” that it is terminating the ShipIt program and for…

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Canonical – Multi-touch Support Lands in Maverick
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Canonical – Multi-touch Support Lands in Maverick

For those with multi-touch capable hardware like Dell’s XT2 tablet, the Apple  Magic TrackPad, or…

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