Ubuntu might not have a perfect track record with hardware, but why let that stop it! Now it's decided to put the cloud in a box. A bright orange box.
The latest version of Ubuntu—14.04 LTS or Trusty Tahr to its friends—is now available, with support for touchscreens and super hi-res displays. Go download it now for free
Canonical has announced that it's going to axe its Dropbox competitor Ubuntu One and, as a result, its streaming music service. Subscribers can expect a refund.
The first official Ubuntu hardware partners have been announced and companies you've never heard of! Expect the phones later this year, but don't set your heart on US availability you crazy Linux junkie.
Ubuntu is going to add BitTorrent search capabilities directly into its Unity desktop. Which is neat.
Ubuntu's crowdfunding effort for its Edge smartphone has fallen massively short on Indiegogo—by a staggering $19 million. Bad luck, Linux lovers.
A hack has exposed the e-mail addresses and login details for every registered user of the Ubuntu Forums—that's almost 2 million accounts. Time to change your password.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Canonical is claiming that its new Ubuntu OS will be with developers by late February—ready for phones to launch in "two geographically large markets" this October.
Ubuntu phones will come with a terminal, so you can fiddle with settings from the command line. How... user friendly?
The world of mobile OSes is totally dominated by Android and iOS, but that hasn't kept Ubuntu from trying to sneak in. And finding a way into already dominated markets is kind of Ubuntu's strong suit.
So we were just having a discussion about Linux and someone mentioned that nobody cares about Ubuntu. While that may be true for the vast majority of folks, I'm wondering if it's true of our readers. Please discuss.
Aspects of Ubuntu 13.04, Raring Ringtail, will be developed in secret. Open source just got less open. [Extreme Tech]
Canonical has released version 12.10 of Ubuntu, Quantal Quetzal. It seems more user-friendly than ever. [Ars Technica]
Dell has announced that it's planning to bring Ubuntu to the masses. In the fall of 2012, Dell's XPS 13 will be available with an install of Ubuntu direct from the company. But who's going to buy one?
The geekiest of the operating systems is branching out into entertainment. Ubuntu TV is the open-source answer to your living room set-up, and you could have a TV running the software by the end of the year.