Ubuntu's master plan is to make open source operating systems consumer friendly. Today it's a work in progress.
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You can think Windows 8 will evolve into something better, but the numbers show that Windows is coming to a dead end.
In a few weeks, the latest and greatest version of Ubuntu Linux will roll out. Here's what to expect.
Steam for Linux gets a big boost from a little desktop that starts at $599.
Despite having cut back on the milestone releases, the Beta 1 release for Ubuntu 13.04, codenamed Raring Ringtail, has appeared on schedule. As yet, though, there's not a great deal new to report.
After much heated discussion, Mark Shuttleworth has a new proposal on how Ubuntu Linux should handle rolling releases.
Canonical needs to move faster if it wants to outpace other new entrants into the tablet and smartphone OS market, and deliver its four-screen strategy.
It has been more than a year since Canonical unveiled the second part of its four screen strategy, the Ubuntu TV - yet its hardware partners are still AWOL.
It's no secret that Linux and open-source projects have fights over the direction of a project, but it's unusual for Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu, to publicly fuss with programmers via his blog.
Many people know that Chrome OS is based on Linux. But where did Google's operating system actually come from -- and what is it made of today? Here's its story.
The Ubuntu OS on smartphones and tablets has been grabbing headlines and gaining support quickly since the plans were formally unveiled at the beginning of 2013. ZDNet met the man behind Ubuntu to see what he had to say about the project.
Developers are working to bring the Ubuntu Touch operating system to more than 20 varieties of smartphone and tablet.
Let's take a quick look at the 10 most important personal cloud storage services.
Personal cloud storage services have become commonplace but which one is the best for you or your company?
Ubuntu Touch is here, but users have been warned not to run it on their primary device, as it has number of kinks still to be worked out.
Forget post-PC. Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth envisions a future where the smartphone is the brain of your tablet as well as your laptop and even your TV set, all connected to the cloud.