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  • Dell XPS 13 Ubuntu editions will be shipping soon

    As for Ubuntu, the most recent version is 15.10, and is code-named Wily Werewolf. Recent Ubuntu editions have a user interface that has placed attention on the touch interface. While Ubuntu is used in servers and PCs, it is regarded as an unpopular operating system. Dell had introduced its first Project Sputnik laptop as an experiment to bring Linux to ultrabook-style laptops with touchscreens, which were relatively new in 2012. Now that Project Sputnik lives on in the latest machines, it could mean that Dell will be slashing pricing for its previous generation notebooks, which will extremely advantageous for those on a budget and want to purchase an affordable laptop.

  • World’s First Ubuntu Linux Tablet Converts Into A Complete PC, Thanks To Convergence
  • BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition
  • Canonical Launches BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition Tablet
  • Canonical delivers on convergence with the Bq Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition

    Canonical has officially announced the first Ubuntu tablet, confirming weeks of rumors. The device is being manufactured by Bq, which already makes several Ubuntu phones. Far from being just another “me too” tablet, this hardware is a showcase for the latest Ubuntu software that can run traditional Linux desktop apps and offer a full Linux desktop experience when a mouse and keyboard are connected.

  • Ubuntu “convergence” brings PC-like features to mobiles

    Canonical has lifted the veil on its long-promised “convergence” version of Ubuntu, which enables a PC-like experience on a mobile device.

    Three years after Canonical unveiled its Ubuntu for Tablets platform, shortly after announcing the related Ubuntu Touch stack for phones, the company announced the first tablet to ship with Ubuntu Linux. The Ubuntu version of BQ’s 10.1-inch Aquaris M10 will go on sale in March at an unstated price (see below for tech details). The 64-bit, ARMv8 Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition will be the first product to ship with the long-promised “convergence” version of Ubuntu, enabling a PC-like experience with a mobile device.

  • Ubuntu Tablet to Be Available — Even in the U.S. — in March
  • Ubuntu Touch OTA-9.5 to Be Delayed for One Week, Devs Occupied with New Tablet

    We've been informed today, February 4, by Łukasz Zemczak of Canonical about the latest work done by the Ubuntu Touch developers in preparation for the upcoming OTA-9.5 update for Ubuntu Phone devices.

    According to Mr. Zemczak and as reported by us a few days ago, the Ubuntu Touch OTA-9.5 hotfix will be delayed for at least a week. Why? You might ask. Well, it's because they're still working on implementing the remaining fixes and they have their hands full with the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu tablet unveiled today.

    "Work on OTA-9.5 continues with fixes still in the works. But as predicted, we will be delayed with this release for at least a week," said Łukasz Zemczak. "Not to mention our developers are also busy with work related to the enablement of our first fully convergeable device announced today. Good times are nearing!"

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