A new version of Windows and Ubuntu on the same day? This must be geek Christmas.
Andrew Feldman says a whole ecosystem has grown up around micro servers.
Talk about a spectacular failure.
Ubuntu Edge, the innovative Linux-based smartphone-plus-PC, just passed $10 million on crowdfunding site Indiegogo. Too bad the team set their goal at $32 million — and there’s just six days to go.
As of this writing, nearly half a million dollars has been raised toward the fundraising goal. Will the Ubuntu Edge become the Linux lover’s dream device, or remain a mere dream?
Canonical is serious about its “one OS, all devices” strategy.
Developers (and plenty of brave geeks) will soon be able to get a taste of Ubuntu’s smartphone version — assuming they have a Galaxy Nexus or Nexus 4.
Editor’s Pick Late to the party, Ubuntu’s chances in the mobile market are pretty slim. But it’s giving it a go nonetheless.
After winning geek hearts and minds on the desktop, the popular Linux distribution Ubuntu is now aiming to take over your smartphone.
Richard Stallman, the grand old man of open source software and president of the Free Software Foundation, is calling Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux “spyware” and calling on the open source community to uninstall the software, shun the company, and “give Canonical whatever rebuff is needed to make it stop.”
Soon Ubuntu Linux won’t just be a desktop OS for Linux nerds.
Remember that $25 computer about the size of a flash drive game developer David Braben unveiled in May? According to a video posted on Saturday, it can run games in high-definition, too.
Game developer David Braben has created a computer that’s about the size of a flash drive — and it’ll most likely cost less than your last date.