7 posts from March 2011
Ubuntu Software Centre adds Darwinia and Uplink
By Canonical, 24 March 2011
London, March 24 2011: Canonical today announced the addition of Darwinia and Uplink, games by renowned publisher Introversion to the Ubuntu Software Center....
Moodlerooms boosts reliability with Ubuntu Server and Ubuntu Advantage
By Canonical, 16 March 2011
Ubuntu Advantage subscription service resolves issues, fast Summary Solution provider Moodlerooms provides a range of educational tools for universities and...
Ubuntu Netbook Edition folded into Ubuntu for next release
By Canonical, 9 March 2011
One of the benefits of the direction that’s been taken with the next release of Ubuntu is that there is no longer a need for a separate netbook edition. The...
That’s it, we’re quitting
By Matthew Paul Thomas, 7 March 2011
The “Quit” command in applications today is a relic from the days when the original Macintosh had no hard disk and couldn’t multitask. Modern applications...
Ayatana overlay scrollbars: something truly Natty
By Mark Shuttleworth, 3 March 2011
Natty will feature a world first – overlay scrollbars in desktop applications. The goal is to put content first and banish chrome, while still paying...
Introducing Overlay Scrollbars in Unity
By Canonical, 3 March 2011
One of our goals in the Unity design effort is maximising immersion in content, and reducing the amount of chrome and clutter needed around that content....
Ubuntu, the cloud OS
By Canonical, 2 March 2011
We made a small flurry of announcements last week, all of which were related to cloud computing. I think it is worthwhile to put some context around Ubuntu...