Three months have passed since the latest version of Ubuntu launched. With its classic desktop gone, Oneiric Ocelot is all Unity. The training wheels are off; no turning back now. Is Ubuntu ready for touchscreens? And how does it compare to Windows 7?
Raspberry Pi co-creator David Braben said a "commercial" version of his credit card-sized computer will be launched in 3Q12. Updated with a response from Eben Upton.
The Linux kernel source code has grown by more than 50-percent in size over the past 39 months, and will cross a total of 15 million lines with the upcoming version 3.3 release.
Oracle has published the download of Oracle Linux 6.2, a free clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
For casual computer usage, or just a game of Angry Birds, all you need is a computer the size of a USB thumb drive.
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth said that Ubuntu will be expanding its presence to target tablets and smartphones.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux kernel 3.1 on Monday with a vast number of improvements and feature additions.
Vodafone officially launches its Ubuntu-based netbook in South Africa today, which will be distributed by local telco Vodacom.