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36 posts from 2008

Dell's new Ubuntu powered Inspiron Mini 9

By Canonical, 4 September 2008

Here at Canonical we are pretty excited about the global announcements today from Dell about its new Inspiron Mini 9, which will soon ship in many countries...

Sylvania brings new Atom-based netbook to market in record time with Ubuntu Netbook Remix

By Jon Melamut, 19 August 2008

This week I have the pleasure of attending the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco at the Moscone Center. You can find me and the rest of the...

Ubuntu 8.04 LTS – whole load of apps going on

By Canonical, 5 August 2008

When we released Ubuntu 8.04 LTS we announced that we would soon have more enterprise ready applications that solve real business problems. This year’s...

Unison™ released for Ubuntu to bring unified communications to Linux

By Canonical, 5 August 2008

Partnership with Canonical will challenge Microsoft unified communications with more powerful and cost-effective Linux alternative Unison Technologies...

QA-IQ to deliver official Ubuntu training in the UK

By Canonical, 1 August 2008

Good news for the British, or at least those Brits who are looking to take up Ubuntu training – QA-IQ, the UK’s largest I.T. training provider are adding...

LinuxWorld: all about the partners

By Canonical, 30 July 2008

Canonical is attending LWE next week in the Moscone Centre in San Francisco. We have taken one of the big booths, #716 so it should be hard to miss us if you...

Launchpad 2.0 radically improves collaboration for open source projects

By Canonical, 17 July 2008

Launchpad 2.0 Radically Improves Collaboration for Open Source Projects. Canonical's Launchpad2.0 Improves Flexibility And Integration of Developer...

Canonical and Valusoft bring Ubuntu plus support to Best Buy

By Canonical, 9 July 2008

If you walk into a BestBuy this week you may spot some new software peeking out from the shelves.  Yes, Ubuntu is now available as a spiffy boxed set in...

Ubuntu 8.04.1 LTS released

By Canonical, 7 July 2008

Today we announced the release of Ubuntu 8.04.1 LTS for both server and desktop. This is the first of a series of maintenance releases on the 8.04 LTS roadmap...

Ubuntu MID Edition 8.04 achieves its first public release

By Canonical, 24 June 2008

We are delighted to be able to welcome Ubuntu Mobile Internet Device (MID) Edition 8.04 to the world as a full developers’ release. It is based on the Ubuntu...

MySQL is using Bazaar and Launchpad for their source code

By Canonical, 19 June 2008

Now this is exciting news: MySQL is now using Bazaar and Launchpad for their source code! Both the main MySQL server code and the code for many ancilliary...

Changes to Gobuntu

By Canonical, 18 June 2008

The Gobuntu development team would like to announce that after 8.04 release of Gobuntu, the project will aim to merge many of the Gobuntu changes into...