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Canonical Suggests That Convergence Is Almost Ready

As you may know, Canonical is working hard at making Ubuntu the first convergent system on the market, meaning that the same system will be usable on both mobile devices and desktop computers, but the graphical design will behave different.

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Ubuntu Notes App is yet another mobile-desktop convergent app

As you may know, Canonical is working hard at making Ubuntu the first convergent-ready operating system available, the company’s main focus being Ubuntu Phone, Unity 8, Mir and Ubuntu Snappy Core (Ubuntu for IoT). The main idea behind the convergence

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Yet Another Convergence Demo: Desktop, Phone And Tablet All Running Ubuntu

Canonical’s endgame is to create a full desktop-mobile convergent system, to run the same code-base on Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Phone and Internet of Things devices. Also, the user interface is responsive, adjusting itself to fit best the screen. The Ubuntu

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Ubuntu 15.04 Will Ship With Both Firefox And The Ubuntu Touch Browser

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet and the official flavors will be released tomorrow. Ubuntu 15.04 (Unity) will be the first Ubuntu system to use systemd as the default init service manager, the Locally integrated

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Mir 0.13 Will Bring Multi-Monitor Support

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Canonical has worked a lot at Unity 8, Mir and Ubuntu Touch, getting Ubuntu closer to be the first convergence-ready Linux system. Recently, Canonical’s Kevin DuBois announced that Mir has received multi-monitor support,

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Jono Bacon Has Created A Demo Video Of How The Convergence Of An App Looks Like, On Laptop, Tablet And Mobile Screen

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Canonical’s biggest goal is to reach a full convergence between the mobile and the desktop versions of Ubuntu, somewhere between the releases of Ubuntu 14.10 and Ubuntu 15.04, which are scheduled for (October

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Most Likely, Ubuntu 14.10 Will Get Nautilus Replaced With A New File Manager, Developed By Canonical

Hello Linux Geeksters. Despite the fact that Ubuntu uses many Gnome applications, Canonical is thinking of creating a file manager of their own to replace Nautilus, due to the fact that they are not happy with Nautilus’ features. Also worth

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