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Fedora 18 vs. Ubuntu 12.10, Ubuntu 13.04 Benchmarks

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phoronix.com: 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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datamation.com: 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?

Ubuntu Not Switching to Rolling Release Model

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omgubuntu.co.uk: Ubuntu will not be switching to a ‘Rolling Release’ model anytime soon, despite recent reports to the contrary.

Goodbye Ubuntu

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  • Goodbye Ubuntu
  • DoctorMo: Give Jono a Break, Grow the Community
  • Unity: release early, release often… release daily! (part 2) (part 3)
  • Ubuntu Ask Community to Help Create New App Icon
  • Canonical Might Launch Only LTS Distros
  • Software Updater Changes in Ubuntu 13.04

Canonical might switch to rolling releases

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  • Canonical might switch to rolling releases
  • How to Generate A New Sources List For Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 300
  • Unity: release early, release often… release daily!
  • Unity Reboot Updated for 12.10 & 13.04
  • Lubuntu is something faster than Ubuntu
  • Software Updater Changes in Ubuntu 13.04
  • New Icons, Window Snap Animation Land in Unity
  • Usability Tweaks Proposed for ‘Software Updater’ App

Valve Suggesting Users Try Ubuntu

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  • Valve Suggesting Windows Users to Try Ubuntu and Steam Linux Beta
  • 'Ubuntu Packages' Site Finally Gets Revamped
  • 13.04 wallpaper contest
  • Ubuntu 12.04 Advertised on the Official Steam Website
  • Ubuntu 13.04 to Receive New Window Docking Animations

Head-to-Head Desktop Comparison: Ubuntu 12.10 vs. OS X Mountain Lion

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Mac
Ubuntu

datamation.com: See how the two operating systems compare from a casual user's perspective with regards to installation, software and hardware.

How to Overcome Common Ubuntu Hassles

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datamation.com: These suggestions can make it easier to choose your hardware, find the software you need, extend the battery life for your laptop, and more.

Ask Ubuntu Gets Facelift

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  • Ask Ubuntu's About Page Gets a Face Lift
  • Ubuntu Phone OS Follow-up: Jono Bacon Answers YOUR Questions
  • ‘RC Mini Racers’ December’s Top Selling Ubuntu App
  • Debian / Ubuntu Linux: Install GTK 2+ Development Environment

Ubuntu Phone OS Demonstration by Shuttleworth at CES

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Gadgets

twil.tv: I had the pleasure of meeting Mark Shuttleworth tonight, and this was a quick demonstration he gave me of the Ubuntu Phone OS running on top of a GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

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