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Magic happens with the Ubuntu tablet - TechRepublic

Jack Wallen reviews the bq Aquaris M10 tablet and he’s impressed. If you’ve been on the fence about Ubuntu Touch, this might just assuage those unpleasant feelings. 79 more words


Ubuntu comes to the Windows desktop -- OpenStack summit

Recently an announcement was made that took a lot of people by surprise.  Canonical and Microsoft announced that Ubuntu was now able to run on the Windows desktop. 155 more words

Where LXD fits within the virtualization and container landscape -- OpenStack Summit

Yesterday here at the OpenStack summit here in Austin I caught a few of the sessions in the track that Canonical was hosting.  One of the sessions dealt with Canonical’s LXD and where it fits into the whole virtualization/container space. 107 more words

How the underlying Linux works on windows 10

It’s not a new thing that windows 10 has the Canonical-made Ubuntu embedded in it. First it was “Samba” that was shipped with the OS, new anniversary updates being released by Microsoft is also said to have… 39 more words


Walking through Richard Brautigan’s Antique Shop: Brautigan’s Relevance in the Contemporary College Classroom

PALS Note: PALS welcomes a guest post by Elaina Frulla. Frulla makes a case for teaching Richard Brautigan in the college classroom. While many of his peers are widely taught, Brautigan makes fewer appearances on our syllabi. 2,142 more words

20th Century

The Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is the first tablet in the world to use Ubuntu OS and the first device to offer PC convergence. Light and powerful, with excellent battery life and a Full HD display, its ability to switch to an Ubuntu PC makes it the ideal work tool. 302 more words


Sequel to my earlier post that Microsoft was working with Canonical to make available Ubuntu’s Bash command line for windows users, the wait is finally over as Microsoft, early today, released native Bash for windows alongside other Anniversary update previews. 293 more words