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Canonical has released details of its upcoming Ubuntu for Android release, turning smartphones into PCs.
Canonical - the corporation behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution - has signed a deal with Yahoo! that sees the search company becoming the default destination in Ubuntu's Firefox.
Canonical - the company behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution - is due to get a new CEO following the news that current head man Mark Shuttleworth is stepping down.
An enterprising hacker has successfully forced his Kindle 2 e-book reader to run the ARM port of popular Linux distribution Ubuntu.
The Intel-funded netbook-oriented Linux distribution Moblin is due to take a leaf from Ubuntu's book and offer support for Android applications.
Applications developed for Google's Android platform may soon be executable on a standard Ubuntu system thanks to work by Canonical.
Comments from Microsoft's CEO point the finger at an ARM-compatible build of Windows 7 in the pipeline, with the company unwilling to give Linux a foothold in the market.
Netbooks based on Qualcomm and Freescale's ARM CPUs are rumoured to be scheduled for launch at Computex this year, while the OLPC project encourages Microsoft to code an ARM-compatible version of Windows
Canonical has announced a partnership with HP which will see the company's popular Ubuntu Linux distribution officially certified for use on Proliant servers.
Toshiba has announced the TG01 - a smartphone with a Qualcomm-supplied processor running at a mind-boggling 1GHz and capable of 720p video playback.
HP has pulled the covers off a customised version of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution for its Mini 1000 netbook, dubbed Mini Mi - and it's pretty snazzy.
Freescale is to launch a new CPU - the i.MX515 - based around ARM's Cortex-A8 system and aimed at the netbook market.
The Linux Foundation has launched a competition to create an "I'm Linux" advert to answer Microsoft and Apple's prime-time advertising barrages for their respective OSes.
A report by financial services firm UBS Securities has revealed Intel's plans for next-generation low-power processors explicitly designed for netbook use.
Good OS has announced a deal with Gigabyte that will see the 'Cloud' Google-themed operating system pre-installed on netbooks.
If you're a G1 owner hoping to get a little more power out of your Android-based device, take a leaf out of Jay Freeman's book and install Debian on it.
An Intel executive at the IDF has claimed that all the iPhone's shortcomings come from the fact that the device is based on rival ARM's processor range.
UK processor maker ARM has hinted strongly at a desire to move the Cortex A8 and A9 processor ranges out of smartphones and into netbooks.
Comments by Canonical staff at OSCON lead to the belief that future versions of the popular Ubuntu distribution will include a full Java Enterprise Edition framework out of the box.
Canonical has announced that the Ubuntu Linux operating system will now be available through Best Buy shops in the US in a boxed retail form, complete with technical support.
COMPUTEX 2008: The vice president of marketing at ARM unsurprisingly says the Internet doesn't need x86. Based on the past, we agree.