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Google Chrome OS vs. Ubuntu

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Ubuntu In this article, I'll explore how Chrome OS stacks up against Ubuntu and whether the two operating systems are likely to appeal to the same user base.

Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS Review: Now I like Unity

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  • Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS Review: Now I like Unity!
  • Ubuntu Announce Unity Next, Will Be Written in Qt/QML
  • Dedoimedo Ubuntu smartphone contest
  • Ubuntu Touch Will Be Usable In ‘Couple of Weeks’
  • Canonical reveals plans to launch Mir display server

7 Impressive Features Expected in Ubuntu 13.04

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  • Hands-on with Ubuntu's rudimentary phone and tablet OS
  • Install the Ubuntu Phone OS Dynamic Wallpaper on Ubuntu
  • 7 Impressive Features Expected in Ubuntu 13.04
  • Can Ubuntu ‘Converge’ Across Phones, TVs, PCs and Tablets?
  • Will SurfaceFlinger Replace Compiz In Ubuntu 14.04?
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 305
  • Why the Ubuntu Tablet Is a Winner
  • And Now, Ubuntu for Tablets - Wait, What?
  • Airing of grievances: in which upgrading Ubuntu wreaks havoc

Five Ubuntu Touch Facts

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  • Five Ubuntu Touch Facts
  • Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview Released
  • How to make Ubuntu Linux look like Windows 7
  • 5 Must Have Apps For Ubuntu 12.10 – Part 2

Shuttleworth embraces tablet terror

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  • Shuttleworth embraces tablet terror: PC biz will survive, too
  • The Key for Ubuntu for Tablets Will Be Apps
  • Four stupid mistakes I made when installing Linux

Ubuntu Linux Primed for Life on Tablets

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  • Ubuntu Linux Primed for Life on Tablets
  • Canonical adds countdown for tablet reveal Tuesday
  • Ubuntu for tablets revealed with split screen multi-tasking
  • Dell upgrades its developer edition Ubuntu Linux laptop
  • Why More People Are Choosing Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Pros and Cons
  • Canonical answers Ubuntu phone critics

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 302

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  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 302
  • Install KVM on Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Grabs 1.12 Percent OS Market Share on Steam
  • Ubuntu Allegedly To Have Its Own X, Wayland Alternative
  • Is Canonical Working on New, Custom Display Server for Unity?

Ubuntu: What They're Doing Right and Wrong

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Ubuntu To celebrate Ubuntu's success, I wanted to take a moment to highlight the things Ubuntu is doing well and also mention some issues that could use improvement.

Fedora 18 vs. Ubuntu 12.10, Ubuntu 13.04 Benchmarks

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Ubuntu As the next chapter after the Fedora 17 vs. Fedora 18 benchmarks for the Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution, here are benchmarks comparing Fedora 18 to Ubuntu 12.10 and Ubuntu 13.04 on two separate PCs.

Pros and Cons of a Ubuntu Rolling Release

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Ubuntu Recently, many people have speculated that Ubuntu might be rethinking its current development cycle. Basically, the word is that Ubuntu might find itself evolving into a rolling release distribution. How it would affect the end user and would it be beneficial overall?

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