Canonical founder and Ubuntu creator Mark Shuttleworth weighs in on the battle between Apple and the FBI.
Canonical has announced its ubiquitous mobile-friendly Ubuntu OS and, as cool as it sounds, there are a few things that concern us.
Give your flying buddy a bit of brain.
The Linux powered smartphone that turns into a PC is back on the cards.
Ubuntu Core is an app store for everything. Clever, Mr Shuttleworth, very clever.
Meizu’s MX4 Ubuntu Edition brings a 20.7MP camera and aluminium body to Ubuntu’s phone OS.
Everyone’s favourite Linux distro just got better at touchscreen
Canonical finally gets a handset running Ubuntu released. Will it take the world by storm?
Entrepreneur to create fund to help underprivileged bring cases against the state.
More mobile news from the best-named Linux distro.
Canonincal is planning a return to Barcelona.
Didn’t mean to cause offence or send in the attack lawyers, apparently.
In which we learn how Mark Shuttleworth gracefully accepts defeat while still claiming a win.
$20 000 000 is an expensive way to spell “failure”.
All backers of the Linux superphone will now pay a single fee of less than $700.
Has interest waned, or is Canonical just hedging its bets that a big backer will come along?
Supporters of Canonical’s phone project can win a unique engraved model.
Fixing the pricing problem that stalled the campaign.