Unity – the interface for Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10, has been updated and it looks amazing!

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Mark Shuttleworth has denied that they are developing Ubuntu for tablets. He said that Canonical’s main focus for Ubuntu remains on the desktop, netbooks and servers.

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Ubuntu has planned to remove the notification area. The graphics on the notification area is also buggy and breaks too often. Also it is ineffective in notifying.

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The Ubuntu Tablet will have a touchscreen interface and will be based on the Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat. It will compete with the iOS, Meego and Android OS.

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Canonical has released the first of four Alphas of Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat. As it has been released just after weeks after the Lucid release, it is not very much different from Lucid from the outside.

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Equinox is a set of two themes for Ubuntu designed by Matthieu James for Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. All I can say about the themes is that they looks amazing!

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Watch video of an Ubuntu 10.04 LAMP Server being deployed in 5 minutes.

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Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat has been code frozen and the first milestone Alpha 1 will be released on schedule. The first Alpha of Maverick Meerkat is expected on June 3, 2010.

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Ubuntu 10.04 is finally out of the box compatible with iPhone. It needs no hacks or tweaks and identifies the iPhone, thanks to the libimobiledevice library.

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KOffice 2.2 is available for (K)Ubuntu 10.04. Here is how to install it.

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VirtualBox 3.2 has not yet come to the official Ubuntu repository, but you can install it from the VirtualBox Repository. Here is how to do it:

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A new version of GCalctool, the default calculator application used in Ubuntu has been released. The new version (5.31.1) has some changes, most notably its speed. It is now faster than Chromium. (Yes the browser. If you do not get it, I suggest you read Jogre Castro’s blog post.) Here is a list of the […]

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The Chromium browser on Ubuntu now supports the VP8 video codec. To try a WebM video, you will need to install the latest daily build from the Chromium daily build PPA at launchpad.

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Skype is finally coming in the Official Ubuntu 10.04 Partners Repository. The build process has already been finished and it is awaiting approval in NEW queue.

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Yesterday, Google has released WebM, the open source, royalty-free video format based on the VP8 codec. Opera Labs has already released a WebM supported version for its Opera Browser. Here is what you need to get it in Ubuntu:

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