Despite the promise of hefty rewards, hackers failed to fell Google's Linux-based OS last week.
Users on any PC platform can now control presentations from an Android phone.
Canonical's new device-agnostic plan calls for a different display server, it says.
With this latest release, users can sync their custom dictionaries across devices.
Now included in the second and final release candidate of this popular Linux OS is 'Secure Boot' support.
'Instead of pleasing Microsoft, try to see how we can add real security,” the Linux creator urged.
Those at Mobile World Congress, meanwhile, can stop by Canonical's booth to get the software flashed on their device.
The latest Linux-powered mobile news isn't just about Firefox OS, Ubuntu, and Android.
With simplicity for newbies and flexibility for experts, this new Linux distro aims to offer something for everyone.
Now with a full HD display, this developer-focused machine will soon roll out in Europe as well.