Open source mobile operating system Ubuntu Touch is one of the best alternatives to Android and iOS, as it offers everything that a normal user needs for daily tasks. It includes preinstalled apps suitable for work and also for leisure time.
Ubuntu 15.04(development code Vivid Verve) from Canonical is available for download. It brings less graphic novelties as expected, but they are more than welcome, as they increase productivity, reliability and security.
Although the project of an extremely powerful smartphone Ubuntu Edge fell into the water in the second half of 2013, founder of Canonical, Mark Shuttleworth, does not intend to give up.
Good news for all of those who use an extremely popular open-source operating system Ubuntu. The organization Canonical has announced the availability of a new version of the popular operating system Ubuntu 14.10 (development code Utopian Unicorn). It brings slightly less innovation than would be expected from the past updates.
Microsoft programmers have prepared a new version of Skype (220.127.116.11) for many Linux distributions, which brings a number of improvements. Among them we find a slightly revised graphical interface, the ability to provide group chat and improved functionality for blind and visually impaired.
Open source operating system Ubuntu 13.10(Saucy Salamander) has impressive, sophisticated and appealing graphical user interface Unity 7. The novelty is possible to run on smart mobile phones with ARM processors, servers and personal computers.
Since more and more computer users are deciding to purchase mobile devices, the company Canonical, will soon start developing mobile versions of the Ubuntu operating system.
The naming of Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) was announced on 7 March 2011 by Mark Shuttleworth. He explained that Oneiric means "dreamy".
The new Google Chrome 14 web browser comes with two new exciting features, such as the Web Audio API that allows developers to add fancy audio effects like room spatialization and simulation, and the Native Client, which allows seamlessly and secured execution of C and C++ code inside the Chrome web browser.