From Surface success and the Office touch, to revenge porn, Amazon stores, flagship Lumias and a serving of HTC (c)rap, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
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The first Ubuntu-based phone will go on sale next week - but it's actually an 'Ubuntu Edition' of a low-end Android handset with a 4.5" qHD display, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage and 1.3GHz MediaTek processor.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS shows that the company is moving toward a more unified experience across phones, tablets, and PC's with the introduction of the Unity 8 interface for Desktop
Microsoft is a member of a new industry effort to standardize the use of ARM-based processors in servers, which suggests that the company could launch an ARM-based version of Windows Server.
As expected, Canonical's crowdsourced campaign to fund development of their Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone failed to reach its highly ambitious $32 million goal.
The Ubuntu Edge smartphone has now broken the record for the most money raised for a fixed crowd sourced campaign, but it is still well behind the pace to reach its $32 million goal.
The crowd sourced fund raising campaign for the Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone has raised less than $10 million of its $32 million goal with just 10 days to go before the campaign shuts down.
The crowd sourced fund raising campaign for the Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone has now raised $5 million of its $32 million goal in less than three days, with 28 days left in the campaign.
Canonical has launched a massive crowd sourcing campaign to help fund its Linux-based Ubuntu Edge smartphone, as it hope to raise $32 million via the Indiegogo website.
The satirical #1 bug report for Canonical's Linux-based Ubuntu OS, "Microsoft has a majority market share", was closed today after nine years by Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth.
As predicted, Canonical has officially announced plans to launch a tablet version of its Linux-based Ubuntu operating system, with a number of features made especially for the larger touchscreen.
The Ubuntu.com website has launched a countdown clock that will go down to zero on Tuesday that looks to be some sort of tablet-themed reveal for the Linux-based OS.
The big Ubuntu reveal today turned out to be a touch UI version of the free Linux-based OS that's being made especially for the smartphone market, but no specific hardware was announced.
The Ubuntu website currently has a countdown clock that will reach zero on Wednesday, with speculation that the team behind the Linux-based OS could reveal a touchscreen-based version.
Famous software activist Richard Stallman has accused Ubuntu developers Canonical of ignoring the privacy of its users by enabling a form of surveillance in association with Amazon by default.
Ubuntu might be free, but Canonical is hoping to generate more revenue (all to improve the product, of course) by introducing Amazon shopping suggestions into the world's most popular desktop Linux.
Canonical has revealed how it will offer a way for users to launch its Ubuntu Linux OS on Windows 8-base x86 PCs with Microsoft's rules for the Secure Boot system.
Ubuntu 12.04 offers a full desktop environment which is intuitive and consistent throughout its design implementations. What could this mean as we move into the post-PC era of computing?
Ever dreamt of running a full operating system on a mobile device and having a desktop environment which meets your needs and requirements? Ubuntu for Android makes your dreams come true.
Oracle has revoked the license allowing vendors to distribute Sun Java with operating systems. Now Ubuntu will, without warning, automatically disable and remove it from your system.
The beta tag has been torn off, and Ubuntu 11.10 is ready to download. New features include a restructured Unity interface, a redesigned Software Centre, and an improved dash for easy music access.
Just a little over a month after the first beta was released, Canonical has officially let loose the latest version of its popular Ubuntu operating system. Ubuntu 10.04, also known as Lucid Lynx, has been...
According to a public announcement from Canonical's Rick Spencer, Ubuntu will be undergoing a slight change, beginning with the release of Lucid Lynx. Firefox, which comes as the operating system's default browser, will now use...
Mark Shuttleworth announced in a press call yesterday that he will step down from his role as CEO of Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu operating system, but will remain involved in the Ubuntu project...
There are, of course, many Linux distros based on Ubuntu out there (Shift Linux was, for a time, one of them). Among the religious derivatives, we have seen the Ubuntu Christian Edition, ...
Canonical has disclosed a security vulnerability that affects various versions, including the latest version 7.10, of its Linux distribution, as well as corresponding versions of Kubuntu, Edubuntu, and Xubuntu. The flaw occurs because Samba, an...
Hot on the heels of Dell's recent announcement to begin shipping laptops preloaded with the Ubuntu Linux operating system, Canonical (corporate backer of the Ubuntu project) announced today the development of a Ubuntu Mobile operating...
Canonical, the sponsor of Ubuntu, and Linspire, the developer of Linspire and Freespire, have announced a technology partnership. The Linspire/Freespire Operating Systems will move away from Debian and will be based on Ubuntu. Starting with...