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Handsets running this Intel-backed OS will bring yet more choice to the mobile arena.
Devices featuring the new mobile Linux OS will arrive in late 2013, Canonical says.
Now that Windows 8 is here, there's no better time to embrace a more free, open, and desktop-friendly alternative.
This past year was a great one for Linux, but the upcoming one promises to be even better.
As 2012 draws to a close, this old favorite continues to reign supreme in many users' hearts.
Numerous market factors have allowed the free and open source operating system to make great strides.
Compared with last year, this year's list delivers several distinct surprises.
If you're shopping around for a new OS, this set will give you a variety of the latest popular options.
Released on Monday, meanwhile, version 3.7 steps up the kernel's ARM support.
Online search results will also expand beyond Amazon with commercial content from more retailers.
Canonical's popular Linux operating system recently got a major update. Here's a brief tour of what you'll find inside this free and open source Windows alternative.
Only Edubuntu and Kubuntu users get true alpha releases in this development cycle.
Based on Xubuntu, this newly updated distro adds a hint of BeOS to the Xfce desktop.