The miniature, inexpensive computer resembles a thumb drive in shape and size.
With the move to 'Precise Pangolin,' Canonical's business-focused Linux OS gains several new productivity features.
In a shift that could wrest control from wireless carriers, Google apparently plans to sell an expanded array of unlocked phones and tablets directly to consumers.
With four bundled desktop options, this free Linux OS has something for everyone.
Improvements in three key areas promise to make Mozilla's browser considerably faster.
Choices will abound for users of this free OS, which is now available as a release candidate.
Thanks to a new patch, memory consumption can be reduced by as much as 400 percent, Mozilla says.
OpenOffice finally gets a major update; but it might be too little, too late.
Canonical's free OS will also ship on five percent of PCs next year, according to one report.
A new app finder and better tablet support are among many improvements delivered in this new major release.
In a major update, several long-awaited features give this free and open source PhotoShop alternative a significant boost.
If you value users’ freedom from restrictions in accessing movies, music, literature, and software, consider adding your voice to this international protest.
Benchmark results suggest performance improvements of as much as 25 percent, Google says.
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth expounds on future plans for this popular Linux distribution.
Originally known as the 'Spark,' this fully open $265 device will soon ship with a full 1GB of RAM.