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Choosing, moving, wallpapers

By Canonical on 6 March 2012

All the way back in January we kicked off the submissions process for the next released of Ubuntu. We did this using Flickr and since then the group has been inundated with over 2,700 submissions! This is an incredible achievement in a…

Ubuntu for Android success at Mobile World Congress

By Canonical on 1 March 2012

The Ubuntu booth at Mobile World Congress has been a resounding success. In the first two days of the show alone, over 4,000 delegates visited the stand to see the first live views of Ubuntu for Android. The reception has been…

Canonical to showcase 'Ubuntu for Android' at MWC in Barcelona

By Canonical on 26 February 2012

Mobile World Congress begins tomorrow, and for the first time, Canonical has a presence at the show. Further to our announcement earlier this week, for the first time in public, we will be showcasing the brand new concept ‘Ubuntu for…

Ubuntu Success @ CES 2012

By Canonical on 12 January 2012

Canonical and Ubuntu have made their CES debut this week, and already it’s been a resounding success. Ubuntu TV and Ubuntu One have both been of particular interest to a constant flow of visitors from media to manufacturers,…

Ubuntu Hardware Summit 2011 December 8th, Taipei

By Canonical on 15 November 2011

This year’s Ubuntu Hardware Summit (UHS) will take place on December 8th at the Grand Victoria Hotel in Taipei. You can register your place at www.ubuntu.com.uhs Building on the success of 2010 (with over 200 attendees), the 2011…

Why Buy An Ubuntu Certified System?

By Victor Tuson Palau on 15 August 2011

What do Chianti wines, Organic foods, and Spanish Ham have in common with Ubuntu Certified? The simple answer is that they all stand for quality. Chianti is an Italian standard (DOCG) for Tuscany wines that requires using defined methods,…

Ubuntu Certification Is Changing

By Victor Tuson Palau on 18 July 2011

Canonical offers a commercial certification programme where manufacturers (OEM & ODM) can apply for their systems to be validated and endorsed to work with Ubuntu. We had two levels of endorsement for systems: “Ubuntu…

Bridge Construction Set lands on the Software Center

By Canonical on 29 June 2011

Chronic Logic’s award winning game, Bridge Construction Set, is officially for sale in the Ubuntu Software Center. In Bridge Construction Set you build a bridge that hopefully does not break, however having a train plunge into the…

Ubuntu Showcase, Computex: May 31st

By Canonical on 25 May 2011

Next week, Canonical will present an executive briefing on developments in Ubuntu Desktop, Cloud and Server. Christopher Kenyon, Canonical EVP, will be sharing developments in Ubuntu, including: Introducing Ubuntu 11.04 with critically…

The Ubuntu community contributes towards saving the Iberian Lynx

By Cezzaine Zaher on 7 October 2010

With only three days until Ubuntu 10.10 (a.k.a Maverick Meerkat) is released and available to the world, it seems quite possible that Ubuntu’s 10.04 LTS (a.k.a Lucid Lynx) distribution will seem like a thing of the past. If we cast our…

29 days later

By Inayaili de León Persson on 29 September 2010

It’s been 29 days since I’ve started working at Canonical and, let me tell you, they went by really fast. In the past few weeks I have worked on lots of projects and there is a lot more in the pipeline. I’ve mainly been working on the…

Meerkats like the sun?!

By Canonical on 9 September 2010

Today I got another e-mail from a statue. There’s a perfectly normal sentence … This time from a beach where Rick says he’s having an amazing time relaxing after his conference! So what have we learned so far, apart from…