The UK's first major 4G network has been extended to a handful of towns, while EE has started offering 30-day SIM-only plans giving users a bit of LTE data without a full-on contract.
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The current LTS release of the Ubuntu operating system will shortly get its first maintenance release — one of four due over its five-year support lifetime.
Telstra plans to invest AU$1.2 billion back into its mobile network, as the company today reported a full-year profit of AU$3.4 billion on the back of adding 1.6 million mobile customers in the last year.
Having reviewed Precise Pangolin (Ubuntu 12.04), we gave it the responsibility of running on a work PC rather than a beta testing system. Here are some further observations on the latest LTS (Long Term Support) release.
The leading Linux desktop and the number one desktop of all, Windows, are both undergoing radical transformations, but which will be the better for it?
Well, you can't swing a dead cat without hitting an Ubuntu 12.04 review, with pictures, videos, step-by-step instructions and everything else imaginable.
Canonical has released Precise Pangolin, version 12.04 LTS of its Ubuntu Linux distribution, saying that it is aimed at enterprise users and cloud computing in particular.
The 12.04 long-term support release of the popular Linux distribution brings the divisive Unity desktop to enterprise customers, along with business-friendly features and what Mark Shuttleworth calls 'the future of the menu'
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is an extremely solid, usable, fast and secure desktop Linux OS. It continues to hone the Unity user interface introduced in earlier releases, and also migrates to a new version of the kernel.
Canonical's latest Linux distribution, Ubuntu 12.04, is now available for your home and office and it's a winner.
Canonical has brought techniques used to manage virtual instances to physical 'bare metal' servers in Ubuntu 12.04.
My intention today was to write a short piece about having loaded the latest Ubuntu Precise Pangolin pre-release onto various of my computers. Not much commentary, because I don't want to "review" software that is still in development, and not much detail because I'm honestly not much of an Ubuntu user any more.
If you like Unity, Ubuntu Linux's unique GNOME-based desktop, you're going to love Canonical's Ubuntu 12.04, Precise Pangolin.
Ubuntu’s upcoming Unity-based Linux desktop is already looking pretty darngood.
Mark Shuttleworth, Ubuntu Linux's father, is proud of where Ubuntu is going and thinks that the next version will bring real desktop user experience innovation "before it shows up in Windows or MacOS."
The beta of the long-term support release of Ubuntu 12.04, Precise Pangolin, has become available to download, bringing the Unity desktop for testing to many enterprise Linux users.
Precise Pangolin will include the Unity desktop as well as lower power consumption capabilities and the 3.5 beta release of LibreOffice.
Well, here's a piece of very good news, although still no 100% confirmed in my opinion. According to OMGUbuntu and a variety of other sources from the just-concluded Ubuntu Developer Summit, the decision has been made to drop Mono from the base Ubuntu 12.
Iomega's new network storage array, the StorCenter px12-350r, can serve several purposes for small to medium-sized businesses.
June appears to be the month for social networks to announce new funding. The latest is Lithium Technologies, which today announced that it has closed a $12 million series B round. Lithium is in good company this month, with LinkedIn, Twitter, Jaxtr and others creating a splash with their respective financial news.
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