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.
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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.
Canonical is looking to the community to help build apps for its new Ubuntu smartphone OS.
Canonical has unveiled the third part of its four-screen platform strategy, but with no commitments from operators or handset makers, will we ever see an Ubuntu-based smartphone?
The Raspberry Pi now has an accompanying store where users can download software, raw code, tutorials, tools or games for the Linux computer.
Linux Mint 14 is now available to download free of charge, providing a potential alternative to enthusiasts who like the Ubuntu distribution, but dislike the Unity interface.
A new version of the free LibreOffice suite that fixes a range of bugs and regression issues previously present in the software is now available to download.
The Eclipse Foundation hopes to be able to buy new hardware to kick-start a new performance-testing programme for its open-source development platform.