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Snappy Open House Is Your Chance to Get Familiar with Ubuntu Snappy

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Nicholas Skaggs had the great pleasure of announcing a couple of days ago yet another innovation from Canonical, Snappy Open House, a new way for Ubuntu developers, contributors, and members of the community to get familiar with the Snappy technology created by Canonical for its Ubuntu Linux operating system.

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Also: First Ubuntu Snappy Open House Announced, UbuCon Germany Planning Continues

Ubuntu Touch OTA-5 Will Bring a New Thumbnailer in Unity 8, Support for Refunds

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Canonical's Alejandro J. Cura had the great pleasure of reporting a few hours ago that the upcoming OTA-5 update for the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system will get some attractive new features in the Unity 8 user interface.

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KDE Plasma 5.3.2 Lands in Kubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf)

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The KDE community recently announced a new version of KDE Plasma, 5.3.2, and that version has been already implemented in the upcoming Kubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf).

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Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) to Reach End of Life Soon

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Canonical has just announced that Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) will reach end on life in just a couple of weeks, on July 23.

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Leftovers: Ubuntu

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Ubuntu Is Finally Fixing Its Annoying GRUB Setting

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An annoying setting of Ubuntu's GRUB configuration is going to be finally addressed in Ubuntu 15.10 and will be addressed in current Ubuntu releases via a stable release update.

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BQ Aquaris E5: An Ubuntu Edition Phone that severely disappoints

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Reviews
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I can't begin to tell you how saddened I am that I've had to write this. I wanted the Ubuntu Phone to completely blow me away and pull me from the Android platform with ease and grace. Instead, it solidified my opinion that jumping into the ring with Android and Apple is a fight that most aren't really ready to take up.

Please, Canonical, go back to the drawing board and return with a UI that makes sense... or simply return all of your focus on what you do best and leave the mobile platform to Google and Apple.

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Intel Compute Stick with Ubuntu Goes on Sale, Lower Specs than Windows Version

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The Ubuntu 14.04 LTS flavored Intel Compute Stick is finally going on sale next week, and it joins the Windows version that was already made available a while back.

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Ubuntu MATE Project Donates Money to Geany, Transmission, and MATE Devs

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The Ubuntu MATE team makes monthly donations to other projects that are being used by this distribution and this month's targets are Geany and Transmission, along with a couple of MATE developers.

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Ubuntu MATE hardware partnership with LibreTrend

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Ubuntu MATE is an official flavour of Ubuntu focussed on usability and stability, which has gained massive traction in the Linux community over recent months. Inspired by the traditional GNOME 2 interface of classic Ubuntu releases, Ubuntu MATE is the perfect distribution for easing the transition between Microsoft Windows or Mac OS and Linux.

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GNOME's Photos App to Receive Editing, Import, and Sharing Features

The GNOME developers are working to improve the functionality and looks of some of the core apps in the stack, and it looks like Photos is just one of them. Allan Day has explained some of the changes that are going to be made to Photos, and they are quite impressive. Read more

Firefox 40 to Bring Better Performance, Scrolling, and Graphics on Linux

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Audio-Video Production On Linux: Best Software

Over the years, I've heard both Windows users and Linux enthusiasts make the claim that professional media production on Linux is impossible. While there may be some workflows so over-engineered that legacy software is a must, I firmly believe that, with effort, using Linux for media production is doable. In this article, I'll share application titles that can help make media production with Linux possible. The key thing to remember is that in order to be successful you will have to put forth some effort. Because some of the applications are quite complicated and require an education all their own. Read more

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