Canonical is reviewing Ubuntu’s release cycles for next year. The expectation is to adopt a rolling release for Ubuntu 14.04 onwards. The roadmap is to adopt a Long Term Support version, where updates are released every two years.
The first week of March saw Ubuntu’s Mark Shuttleworth committing to a likely release of a of a ‘working’ Ubuntu Touch phone for developers, in ‘a couple of week’. The keyword in the announcement is of course ‘a couple of weeks.’
Some may say “X is totally the UNIX way”, while Unix says “Do one thing and do it well”. But what is the one thing that X does and does it well? That’s hard for me to answer, since I have no experience in that field but if you spend a couple of hours watching […]
Canonical’s cloud storage services Ubuntu One now offers new features for its users: Photo Sharing. Available through the Files Apps on mobile devices, users can use their email accounts or any of the social network accounts to access, share or manage their photos and files directly.
Google Play can now be used on Ubuntu120.04 with a brand new lens created by Rotating Canvas, the Indie Game Developers for Unity Interface. The goal of this lens is to have a direct App search lens from the Dash itself.
Unity is a shell interface for the GNOME desktop environment developed by Canonical for its Ubuntu operating system. It is designed to make more efficient use of the space, given the limited screen size of netbooks, including, for example, a vertical application switcher (also known as the launcher). Unlike other Linux desktop environments, Unity is […]