An extra image has been added to the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Community Wallpaper pack.
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Ubuntu's next generation display server Mir, developed by Canonical as a flexible alternative to Wayland and XServer, may be facing another delay on its way to the desktop.
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If you’re a Brit of a certain age then you’ll associate ‘Newsround‘ with a warm, post-teatime feeling of childish abandon. Take a moment to wipe an imaginary spaghetti hoop off of your chin before you move on. The daily news bulletin is aimed at kids between the ages of 9 – 12 and covers both real-word […]
The first pair of Ubuntu phones will be priced at $200 to $400, Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical, the company developing the mobile OS, has said.
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The new Ubuntu 14.04 LTS default wallpaper is available to download in full hi-res, 2560 × 1600 resolution glory.
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How long have you wanted Ubuntu's login screen to also handle lock screen duties? A while? Well, the wait will be over soon!
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Borderless windows are finally coming to the Ubuntu desktop — nearly three years after the style was originally proposed. The one-pixel frame currently used around the edges of application windows running under the default Ubuntu themes will, as of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, no longer appear. Yeah, yeah; I can tell what some of you are shouting: you […]
The eleven tentative winners of the Ubuntu 14.04 Community Wallpaper Contest have been attached to a bug report tracking the contest and are intended to ship by default in the upcoming LTS release this April.
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With the Ubuntu Wallpaper contest wound up and the winners due to be announced shortly, the other part of the wallpaper puzzle, the default, has been revealed.
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Wil Wheaton — demi-god to geeks, celebrated actor, witty chap and, more importantly to us, one of the most famous faces to champion Linux.
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Without turning to Google, do you know the terminal command needed to log out of Unity? If not, Power Commands brings a slew of session commands to the Dash.
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Pause that YouTube video and stop munching on that sandwich: the Ubuntu Community Survey 2014 has gone live, and your help is required.
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The open-source download manager uGet is one of the most versatile download helpers available on Linux — and it has more reason to celebrate.
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A third-party PPA offers Ubuntu users the chance to install a version of the Unity desktop that includes a long-requested launcher feature — 'minimise on click'.
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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS adds a number of new features and improvements to Unity, many fulfilling long-standing user requests. Here's 7 of the best.
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In just one week the Pitivi video editor crowd-funding project has amassed one-third of its initial €35,000 goal.
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As the popularity of Ubuntu has increased the novelty of seeing it "in the wild" has decreased — can these recent spots reignite excitement?
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