Ubuntu is on a roll. Barely a month and a half after the official unveiling of Ubuntu for Phones, Canonical has just revealed their next flagship product, dubbed as Ubuntu on Tablets. With the introduction of platforms tailor-made for phones and tablets now, Canonical have made their intentions very clear. Ubuntu is not going to be an also-ran.
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Its announcement may only be a few hours old, but the new Ubuntu Tablet interface is already being met with a phenomenal level of praise from users and developers alike.
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It’s official: Ubuntu is coming to tablets.
As the CeBIT upcoming convention in Germany nears, Canonical has announced what it will be showcasing at the event–which, in turn, provides some clues about where the company behind one of the world’s most popular open source operating systems might be concentrating its efforts in coming months.
It’s either a masterstroke of timing or an unfortunate coincidence but both Canonical and Taiwanese smartphone & tablet makers HTC are to make important new product announcements later this evening.
Several UI elements of Ubuntu Phone OS were instant hits across the web when it was first introduced to the public.
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Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth has revealed how the OS will address the on-going privacy concerns around its online searching feature in Unity.
KDE's Spark Tablet running Plasma Active user interface was quite a phenomenon during CES 2012, though there was no trace of it during the just concluded
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Welcome to the Raring Ringtail Alpha 2 release, which will in time become the 13.04 release.
This alpha features images for Kubuntu and Ubuntu Cloud.
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Developers interested in the Ubuntu Phone are being ‘duped’ by Canonical, a leading KDE developer has said.
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