News tagged: Ubuntu

Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus Released

Canonical has just announced its 26th distribution of Ubuntu called Zesty Zapus. The 17.04 version is still using the Unity desktop and brings several improvements to the Linux experience, but since it is non-LTS (Long-Term Support), it will be supported for only nine months.

Canonical Releases Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS

Following a series of small delays, Canonical has finally released the long-anticipated Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system. The new release comes with many security updates and fixes for high-impact bugs and is available is available for the desktop, server, cloud

System76 Updates Its Ubuntu Laptop Lineup

If you are in a search of Ubuntu-powered notebook, System76 has something for you. A company behind many Linux-powered has now announced that it has updated several higher-performance laptops with Intel's 7th-gen Core Kaby Lake processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series GPU

Ubuntu 16.10 Starts Rolling Out

Canonical, the maker of Ubuntu operating system, has just announced that a new software update codenamed Yakkety Yak is now available for download. Since that isn't LTS release, maintenance updates will only be provided for 9 months, which should be more than enough.

Meizu MX6 Ubuntu Edition Promo Images Emerge Online

We have mentioned numerous times that Meizu is the company that likes the Ubuntu platform and has the best smartphone lineup of Ubuntu-powered device with PRO 5 being the flagship offer. There are some other offerings such as BQ phones, but they are not on par with Meizu.

Meizu Is Making Another Ubuntu Smartphone

While Ubuntu operating system is a nice platform for smartphones, it is still far away from the Android, iOS and Windows solutions. Meizu is the only top-tier company that makes Ubuntu smartphones and beside them, only Spanish phone maker BQ likes Ubuntu.

First Ubuntu Tablet Can Now Be Preordered

If you're a fan of the Ubuntu operating system, you can now preorder a tablet that runs it. The BQ Aquaris M10 from Canonical and BQ is now available with Ubuntu, whereas it would normally run Android 5.1. It was shown during MWC 2016, teasing its upcoming availability.