pcworld.com: Earlier this month fans of the good old GNOME 2 desktop environment got some exciting news when it became clear that a version of Ubuntu Linux featuring the classic desktop was in the works. Now, plans for that new Ubuntu flavor are beginning to take form.
zdnet.com: Most Linux people know that Google uses Linux on its desktops as well as its servers. Some know that Ubuntu Linux is Google's desktop of choice and that it's called Goobuntu. But almost no one outside of Google knew exactly what was in it or what roles Ubuntu Linux plays on Google's campus, until now.
practicalecommerce.com: Ubuntu's Unity desktop has similarities to both Windows and OS X, meaning that users considering the switch to Ubuntu should not have much difficultly becoming familiar with this alternative operating system (OS), which is based on Linux, a popular open-source OS.
datamation.com: In this article, I'll round up software titles that I've used with Ubuntu that, quite honestly, leave a lot to be desired.
zdnet.com: The latest update to the long-term support version of Ubuntu 12.04 brings a few improvements to the popular Linux operating system.
techrepublic.com: Ubuntu 12.10 is less than two months away from release. One feature in particular stands out as an overwhelming favorite to launch Ubuntu into new reaches of user-friendliness. The future of Ubuntu is all about web-integration.
linuxtweaking.blogspot: You don't often see post reviews / analysis of Linux distributions so I thought I would break the trend and share some of my thoughts after using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS for quite some time.
omgubuntu.co.uk: Exciting new features are getting ready to land in the development builds of Unity in Ubuntu 12.10. Amongst them is a new preview feature called, unimaginatively, ‘Previews’.
omgubuntu.co.uk: In an update released yesterday Unity 2D was removed and users set to auto-login to the session transitioned over to regular Unity.
thevarguy.com: When it comes to picking an operating system, online previews can work quite well, as the Ubuntu team’s online tour site exemplifies. If you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s worth a look — even if you don’t use Ubuntu.