The bi-annual Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) has been a firm fixture of many developers and users calendars for years.
But, from next week, UDS will transition from being a physical event held over 5 days every 6 months to an online one held over 2 days every 3 months.
So you installed Ubuntu Touch, grappled with its gestures, but now want to reinstall Android on your Nexus device – but how do you do it?
Just a day ago, we introduced you to an upcoming Ubuntu speech recognition app, which looked pretty amazing in the featured demo video. Its author, James McClain, had promised the imminent release of the app to the public with an open source license.
Highly acclaimed 2D brawler, Shank 2, finally arrives on Steam for Linux.
We all knew it wouldn’t take long for eager developers to get the Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview up and running on non-Nexus hardware.
Enter Ubuntu touch on the Samsung Galaxy S3:
The work of Rootzwiki forum member ‘Thunderstorm‘, Ubuntu Touch for the SIII is built from the official source code with, he says, ‘minimal cherrypicks’.
There is no dearth for good quality music players in Ubuntu. Even the default Rhythmbox is pretty darn good. But how many of those music players can be considered as good-looking? It is a tricky question since looks are very subjective. Anyway, here's a collection of 6 best music players for Linux which I think are among the most good looking alternatives out there.
The Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview has been released. This includes the source code and images for both the phone and tablet interfaces and are aimed at developers so it's not something you should install for actual every day usage.
With the Ubuntu Touch Preview images now available I predict that, round about now, your temptation is buckling under the temptation to try it out.
The Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview has been made available for download.
Though not a complete, finished version of Ubuntu’s new ‘convergent’ interface, the preview offers developers and enthusiasts alike the chance to go hands-on with the most talked about interface change in Ubuntu’s history.
Unity Tweak Tool is Unity configuration tool that aims to expose all the most needed Unity, Compiz, Appearance and Desktop settings in one interface to rule them all.
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Just a quick note to say we’re coming back with a brand new season of the Ubuntu UK Podcast Live on Wednesday 27th February 2013. Listen to this episode to hear the other exciting news about season 6!
This has to be the find of the day. I was skeptical about the relevance of a full-fledged voice recognition application in a desktop OS like Ubuntu. But all that changed once I saw the video demonstration of the same. Not only does the app looks awesome, it is tightly integrated with Ubuntu's default notification system.
A powerful voice recognition tool has been demoed on Ubuntu by a Linux developer John McClain.
His app allows users to perform a wide range of actions by hitting a shortcut key and speaking.