Dropbox on Tuesday added yet another young startup to its brain trust with the acquisition of Israeli mobile-productivity app maker CloudOn.
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Early this year numerous media reports suggested that the first Ubuntu phones had been delayed and wouldn't appear until 2015, but Canonical founder, Mark Shuttleworth, has announced that two providers are well on track to bring the Linux-based devices to market this year after all.
Even as Ubuntu Linux 12.10 "Quantal Quetzal" continues to make headlines following its release back in October, work is proceeding in earnest on its successor, Ubuntu 13.04 "Raring Ringtail."
With so many Linux distributions out there, it can be difficult to keep tabs on all the updates that come out over the course of an average week or month.
Microsoft has already ruffled more than a few feathers with the exclusionary potential of its forthcoming Windows 8 operating system, and this past week the open source community has been up in arms again.
There are many ways to get Linux on a laptop, and certainly the most common option is to install it yourself.
Hard on the heels of last week's <a href="https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/kubuntu-devel/2012-February/005782.html">news</a> that Canonical will no longer financially support the <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/211266/12_ubuntu_derivatives_you_should_consider.html">Kubuntu variant</a> of its popular Linux distribution, CEO Jane Silber on Friday announced a brand-new version of Ubuntu Linux designed specifically for businesses.
Smartphone users tend to hold strong opinions about the various mobile platforms out there, often displaying feverish loyalty to the one they use and outright disdain for all others. That is particularly evident these days in the competition between iPhone and Android, of course, fuelled by Android’s rapid ascendance in the marketplace.
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