Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth has announced that the codename of Ubuntu 16.10 will be Yakkety Yak in a bizarre new blog entry.
First Ubuntu Linux powered tablet, the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is now available for preorder in both a HD and Full HD version through BQ’s online store.
Adobe has issued a patch for Flash Player that fixes a major security vulnerability that affected all versions of Flash for Windows, Mac and Linux computers
Adobe has confirmed a major security vulnerability that affects all versions of Flash for Windows, Mac and Linux computers. The vulnerability can be used by hackers to crash a target PC or even take complete control of the computer. Adobe claims that so far all attacks using this vulnerability are limited and targeted.
Adobe has released a new update for its Flash Player to patch critical vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to install malware on computers. This new update fixes 23 security flaws of which 18 can potentially be exploited to execute malicious code on the underlying systems. Adobe is not aware of any exploits being publicly available for the fixed vulnerabilities.
The following information can be used to determine the version of the Adobe AIR runtime that is currently installed on a Windows, Mac OS X or Linux system.
While we Linux users are happy to see game developers supporting our beloved OS, the makers of Pillars of Eternity feels that supporting Linux is not worthwhile.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 14.10; Utopic Unicorn officially making this friendlier Linux Distribution 10 years old.
Canonical plans to release Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn by today, October 23rd. But attention is already turning to Ubuntu 15.04. Today it got its name: “Vivid Vervet”.
Ubuntu Linux can stream Netflix videos through Google Chrome web browser. Streaming Netflix under Ubuntu was difficult owing to the digital restrictions management (DRM) imposed by the media cartels, and Microsoft Silverlight’s lack of support for Linux operating system.
SteamOS is now ready to download and only Linux are encouraged to apply. Valve has made its release of SteamOS available for download.
Canonical today is unveils Ubuntu for tablets, a touch-based interface supporting screen sizes of anywhere from 6-inches to 20-inches, and use cases targeting both businesses and the home. Android and iOS have already demonstrated that the same OS can work on both form factors. But the story is a little more interesting when you consider what Ubuntu offers.