We caught up with Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth to find out why he chose to partner with lesser-known manufacturers Meizu and BQ.
Mark Shuttleworth and Roger Federer bear an uncanny resemblance to each other. Perhaps they're the same person?
Tim O'Reilly and Mark Shuttleworth both have political endorsements on their blogs, but only one manages to avoid getting political.
Mark Shuttleworth talks about the mechanics behind the rise of Ubuntu, and how Canonical plans to make money.
Mark Shuttleworth's Ubuntu will win not because it copies better, but because it seeks to be better.
For Ubuntu to beat the Mac, it has to beat the Mac at a user experience. Mark Shuttleworth understands this, and is investing appropriately.
Canonical may be sitting on a gold mine--disguised as a mess of copper mines.
The United States is the master of its own demise.
Open source tends to be developers writing for other developers. When will we break that cycle?
Canonical has taken heat for not contributing more to the Linux kernel, but this may not be an accurate reflection of the good work that it does.