The first alpha releases in the Ubuntu 15.04 development cycle are now available to download for testing.
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The first Ubuntu Phone will go on sale in Europe in the second week of February.
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China's youth developer community is invited to participate in the 'Ubuntu Developer Innovation Contest' with the chance to win 70,000RMB cash.
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A new beta release of open-source racing game Super Tux Kart is available for testing, featuring improved tracks and a new graphics engine.
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Arriving with all the trimmings we showed you back in July, cloud storage service Dropbox 3.0 is now stable for Linux, Windows and Mac.
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A small update, but one that should have a big impact on the lives of app developers and users alike: Ubuntu 15.04 will ship with GTK 3.14.
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A Finnish tech startup founded by an ex-Nokia manager is hoping to put Ubuntu and Sailfish at the forefront of the modular smartphone race.
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Grab a crate of canned food, start digging a deep underground bunker and prepare to settle into a world that will never be the same again: a powerful trojan has been uncovered on Linux.
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The first stable release of Opera for Linux in 18 months is now available for download, but will be a shock to those used to its v12 release.
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For a while it looked like an official mascot t-shirt to accompany the release of Ubuntu 14.10 would be as rare as the Unicorn fronting it.
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I work with multiple time zones in mind. To help, I use widgets and menu items to keep me in sync.
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Today, Mozilla has released Firefox 34 for Windows, Mac and Linux desktops, the first stable release since last month's security n' bug fix update.
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November wasn't heavy on new Linux distribution releases, but still had more than enough to keep distro-hoppers bouncing from download server to ISO mirror and back again.
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Jaw-dropping. Hugely successful. Record breaking. All terms that describe Jolla's recent crowdfunding campaign, and now it's getting even better.
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Whether you're a relative novice or a seasoned pro, we all want to get the most from our operating system. Ubuntu, like most modern OSes, has more to offer than what is presented at first blush.
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Chinese phone maker Meizu has today confirmed that a 'strategic agreement' has been signed with Canonical, for…well, that they're not saying.
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Few of us, save the most optimistic, were expecting today's media event from Bq Readers to yield news of the first Ubuntu Phone.
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