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Pimp your Ubuntu with new themes and icons!

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dedoimedo.com: Inspired by the work of a guy named mack_guy911, I will show you a handful of extremely beautiful themes and icons sets that you can use in any Unity-flavored Ubuntu or even Gnome 3 installation.

Ubuntu 12.10 Alpha 2 Released

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  • Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Alpha 2 Released

Ubuntu Adoption Grew 160% in India Last Year

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efytimes.com: Canonical recently joined hands with Dell to sell Ubuntu pre-loaded laptops in 850 Dell stores across India. With this partnership, Canonical aims to make Ubuntu a common name in India.

Ubuntu TV: The Community Wish List Is Taking Shape

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ostatic.com: In early January of this year, at the Consumer Electronics Show, Canonical took the wraps off of Ubuntu TV, which has drawn a mix of praise and criticism since then.

The Perfect Desktop - Pinguy OS 12.04

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HowTos

This tutorial shows how you can set up a Pinguy OS 12.04 desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops. The advantages are clear: you get a secure system without DRM restrictions that works even on old hardware, and the best thing is: all software comes free of charge.

New Asus PC Comes with Ubuntu Linux Preloaded

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Ubuntu

pcworld.com: The announcements may be coming fast and furious out of Google I/O today, but the Nexus Q and other products unveiled there aren't the only exciting new technologies to appear on the horizon this week.

Ubuntu App Building Tools: Illumination, Quickly

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datamation.com: For years, the idea of developing software for the Ubuntu desktop has largely fallen into two distinct camps.

7 Ubuntu File Manager Features You May Not Have Noticed

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Ubuntu

howtogeek.com: The Nautilus file manager included with Ubuntu includes some useful features you may not notice unless you go looking for them. You can create saved searches, mount remote file systems, use tabs in your file manager, and more.

ASUS Quietly Launch New Ubuntu 12.04 Netbook

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Ubuntu

omgubuntu.co.uk: A new Ubuntu 12.04 powered ASUS Netbook has quietly crept into the wild. But the OS isn’t the only notable thing about the new EeePC 1225C.

Ubuntu Unity: Making the desktop seriously efficient again

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techrepublic.com: Contrary to the popular opinion, Jack Wallen has found Ubuntu Unity to be one of the most efficient desktop designs on the market.

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