Run an operating system that is based on community development.
Android and Ubuntu have been combined into one big geeky mobile OS-fest. Watch the video to see how it all works.
Internet TVs are all the rage these days and that rage is set to continue well into 2012 thanks, in part, to Canonical's Ubuntu TV offerings.
Ever considered switching your OS from Windows to Ubuntu? Wait, don't run off in fear! Follow our step-by-step guide and reap the benefits.
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth tells ZDNet that his OS is ready to "embrace the challenge" of life on smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs.
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth says there is "a real possibility" that Chrome will replace Firefox as the bundled browser in future distributions of the Linux operating system.
It looks just like a USB stick, but this sweet device is actually a full-on computer, and you can order yours now.
The shift means that Eucalyptus--once the core cloud for Ubuntu--has been sidelined in favor of OpenStack.
Rumor Has It host Karyne Levy joins us as we discuss Android Jelly Bean rumors, the pen-friendly LG Vu, and a couple of crazy Android implementations. Hint: think sunglasses and toothbrushes.
Televisions powered by software services, augmented-reality apps, a QWERTY killer, and one program that's presiding over the unholy matrimony of Android and Windows 8 are the big hits of CES 2012.
The U.S. Government does, but we just wanted to make that clear for you in this weeks show. Kodak's facing an ugly future, Barnes and Noble is looking to spin-off its Nook division and will Yahoo ever be relevant again? Kanye West is comparing himself to Steve Jobs, seriously. Plus, we can't wait to see all the new shiny toys at CES 2012!