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Canonical drops 32-bit Ubuntu desktop ISO

Canonical has ultimately decided to drop support for the 32-bit live ISO release of Ubuntu distribution. With most of the architecture today being 64-bit,...

Ubuntu 17.10 final beta is here

Canonical has released the final beta of Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark). Users can get their first-hand experience on the new Ubuntu version that is...
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Canonical to enable GNOME 3.26 apps on Ubuntu 16.04 via Snaps

  Canonical is working on packing GNOME 3.26 apps for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. The latest weekly report published by Canonical highlights the details of company’s...

Canonical ties up with Microsoft to launch Azure-tailored Ubuntu

Expanding its relationship with users outside the Linux world, Canonical has partnered with Microsoft and launched an Azure-tailored Ubuntu kernel. The new launch is...

Ubuntu containers can now run on Windows

Canonical and Microsoft have partnered to bring support for Ubuntu containers with Hyper-V Isolation to Windows 10 and Windows Servers. The new development uses...

Ubuntu 17.10 to include support for indicators and notification badges

Canonical has revealed that it is upgrading user experience on upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 with native support for indicators and notification badges. The new addition...
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Canonical attempts to bring Ubuntu’s Snap to Android

Canonical has released Snapd 2.27 for Ubuntu systems with snapd boot sequence to handle Android-style boot management. The latest development is the first step...

Canonical pushes Linux security patch for Ubuntu systems

Canonical has published an important kernel security patch to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. The patch fixes a total of four security...

Ubuntu 16.04.03 LTS debuts with Linux kernel 4.10

Canonical has published the third point release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xernial Xerus). The new version brings an update to the existing Linux kernel...

Canonical releases new kernel security updates for Ubuntu releases

Canonical has released a bunch of new kernel updates for all the latest Ubuntu releases. The updates mainly fix fifteen important security vulnerabilities in...
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