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Canonical announces ‘Ubuntu for Android’

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Canonical has announced another big step for Ubuntu, with the unveiling of Ubuntu for Android. Now, it’s not actually running on your small screen, but instead plugs into a regular computer screen. It’s a full desktop version of Ubuntu running on ARM and it’s quite impressive to see. Data and settings are synced between your phone and the Ubuntu install, with things such as SMS’s appearing in the Messaging application. […]

Ubuntu TV Prototype revealed

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The new Ubuntu TV design concept, previously hinted via the Canonical blog and BBC News, has now been shown at their CES booth, the first time that Canonical has had a booth. As seen in the above screenshot, the smart television concept design is very Unity-esque, Unity being the new UI introduced with Ubuntu 11.04. But it’s still heavily customised to suit the TV format. Included is a movie, music […]

The ‘Ubuntu Concept Design’ from Canonical is actually an Ubuntu-based connected TV prototype

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Canonical has revealed the subject for their soon to be revealed ‘Ubuntu Concept Design’ to BBC News. Jane Silber, Canonical CEO, told the BBC that the Ubuntu-based television prototype will be shown during next weeks CES 2012 conference. This year’s CES is the first time that there has been a Canonical booth and they’re not going to be wasting any of that space, with a number of laptops and netbooks […]

Canonical set to reveal an ‘Ubuntu Concept Design’ at CES keynote

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In an official blog post, Canonical, the owner of Ubuntu, has hinted at some interesting surprisings in store for their CES keynote. The mini CES announcement states that their keynote will have “the latest in Desktop, Cloud and demonstrations on Ubuntu One, plus an exclusive Ubuntu concept design which will be announced during the show.” Unfortunately we’re going to have to wait until the show before we see what it is, […]

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