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Canonical teams up with Amazon and Microsoft to push Ubuntu for IoT

The growth of the Internet of Things spreads, and Canonical wants to ensure that Ubuntu is involved. To help with this, the company behind one of the most popular Linux distributions has announced partnerships with Microsoft and Amazon to help facilitate secure cloud infrastructures. Show More Summary

Canonical Starts to Build IoT Ecosystem

Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu distribution of Linux, is pulling together an ecosystem of Internet of Things partners that promises to make it easier to both bu

Personal technology is political

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Dan Gillmor, who was the San Jose Mercury News's leading tech columnist during the dotcom years, and was one of the first reporters to go Mac, has switched over to using all free/open source software: Ubuntu GNU/Linux on a Thinkpad, Cyanogenmod on an Android phone. Read the rest

Canonical Gains Powerful Partners in Internet of Things Push

Canonical, the firm behind Ubuntu Linux, announced last week that Microsoft and Amazon agreed to publish their Internet of Things (IoT) application programming interfaces (APIs) on Ubuntu Core. The move showed that Canonical is forging...Show More Summary

Finally! Ubuntu Linux mobes will hit the shops next week

You'll have to be quick off the mark to get one, mind The first Ubuntu Linux phones go on sale next week, after more than a year’s talking.…

Bodhi 3.0 RC3 Released

Jeff Hoogland announced the release of Bodhi Linux 3.0 RC3, proving he is back. This release brings a new wiki and new blog section to the community as well. In other news Evolve OS is winning Jack Wallen away from Ubuntu and Michael Larabel has a report on GNU Guix, that started as a package manager but is turning into a distribution. Show More Summary

Mint, Ubuntu, and Desktop Environments

Today in Linux news, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols said that rolling release distributions are "gaining on" traditional releases and Christine Hall welcomes the "new breed of Linux users." Reviews of KaOS and Linux Mint stood-out in the newsfeeds as did Jun Auza's comparison of Mint to Ubuntu. Show More Summary

Don't Fear the Penguin

It was a slow news day today for Linux but a few tidbits stood out. First up is Danny Stieben with his article persuading prospects how easy Linux really is. Silviu Stahie said Ubuntu was spotted on Bill Gates' Facebook page and Dan Goodin reported today that PHP could also be in danger from GHOST. Show More Summary

?Ubuntu wants to be the OS for the Internet of Things

Mea culpa! When I first saw that Canonical was coming out with its own combination of Docker containers and a lightweight Linux distribution in Ubuntu Core, I presumed it was a pure server play. I was wrong. Canonical, Ubuntu Linux’s...Show More Summary

Snappy Ubuntu Headed for Internet of Things, Robots

Among Linux distributions, Ubuntu has an absolutely sterling reputation as a proven operating system that developers can build around. In fact, more than half of OpenStack deployments are being built on Ubuntu, according to the OpenStack Foundation. Show More Summary

Ubuntu Linux is now ready to power your appliances and robots

Ubuntu Linux has spread to quite a few platforms in its 10-year history, if not always successfully. Today, though, the open source software is tackling what could be its greatest challenge yet: the internet of things. Canonical has released a versio...

Robots embrace Ubuntu as it invades the internet of things

Canonical has revealed what I reckon is its biggest announcement in years: Ubuntu is about to invade the internet of things with a minimal version of the Linux distribution that it…

Canonical Launches IoT Version Of Ubuntu Core

Canonical, the company behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution, wants to bring its operating system to more connected devices and intelligent objects with the launch of its “snappy” Ubuntu Core for the Internet of Things today. Over the last few months, the company launched “snappy” versions of Core on a number of cloud computing services, but given that the whole idea… Read More

Canonical ushers Ubuntu into the Internet of Things

Canonical Ltd. is making the container-centric edition of its popular Ubuntu Linux distribution available for connected devices in a major expansion of its existing mobile efforts into the Internet of Things. Ubuntu Core made its original debut almost four years … Continue reading ?

Bodhi Founder Returning as Ubuntu Heads to Mars

Bodhi Linux founder, who recently resigned from the project, has announced that he's decided to return. Accompanying that news was also the announcement for Bodhi Linux 3.0 RC2. Elsewhere, Gary Newell briefly recaps the top 10 distributions of 2014 and Phoronix.com is reporting that Fedora 23 is likely to default to Wayland. Show More Summary

DigitalOcean Launches FreeBSD Cloud Servers, Answering Developers

As countless user surveys have shown, Linux is a predominant platform for many cloud deployments, with Ubuntu reigning king. In fact, many surveys show that more than half of OpenStack deployments are built on Ubuntu. However, thereShow More Summary

4 Promising Linux Distros To Look Forward To In 2015

We saw some interesting Linux distributions make their presence felt in 2014. A few more are scheduled for a stable release in 2015. Let’s take a look at four of them. Ubuntu 15.04 Ubuntu is a popular and well-supported Linux operating system. Show More Summary

Linux Developer Who Issued Bogus YouTube Takedowns Threatens Techdirt With Legal Action For Publishing His 'Private Information'

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

On January 6th, Techdirt published a story covering YouTube takedown abuse perpetrated by Antoni Norman, the developer behind the Pinguy OS Ubuntu/Linux hybrid. Apparently, Norman had engaged in some abusive behavior on the Cup of Linux Mumble chat server, supposedly while intoxicated. Show More Summary

Microsoft Offers Ubuntu Image with Docker Engine in Azure Marketplace

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (seen here) made big headlines late last year when he sang the praises of open source and Linux. Reversing what was long perceived to be a hostile stance for open source, Nadella said that he "loves Linux" and also claimed that 20 percent of Microsoft's Azure cloud is already Linux-based. Show More Summary

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