Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth claims that Apple has acquired a large supply of sapphire displays, possibly alluding to displays with sapphire material that would be used on a future Apple iPhone.
Despite the failure of the ambitious and record-breaking Ubuntu Edge crowdfunding campaign, Canonical's Jane Silber says the future is ripe for innovation.
Apple's 64-bit A7 is ultimately aimed at the desktop, Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth opines.
Canonical announces Ubuntu for the Nexus line of tablets, promising a smoother, more seamless interface compared with what's currently available.
After four-plus years at Alfresco, it's time for the author of CNET's The Open Road to move on to a new challenge, as COO of Ubuntu Linux backer Canonical.
It's time for Mark Shuttleworth to cut the apron strings to Ubuntu, making it pay for itself.
The only surprise, says an open-source analyst, is that Ubuntu sponsor Canonical has taken until now to join the foundation. Founder Shuttleworth has been on its board since 2007.
Ubuntu has won rave reviews with the geeky Linux community, but can it make waves with average consumers? Its founder is betting the answer is yes.
The companies are bringing their low-cost cloud and Linux desktop platform to the U.S. Even if customers don't bite immediately, Microsoft needs to be concerned.
Canonical is making Linux development that much easier with PPA.