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Unity 8 Has Received An Improved Thumbnailer An HotSpot Support In The Network Indicator

As you may know, Unity 8 is Canonical’s next generation desktop environment, currently used on the mobile version of Ubuntu only, along with Mir. While it is still under development, the developers being focused on porting Unity 8 to the

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Unity 8 Is Looking More And More As A Desktop DE

As you may know, Unity 8 is Canonical’s future generation desktop environment designed to work with the Mir display server. Currently, the two are implemented only the mobile version of Ubuntu, named intuitively Ubuntu Touch. For now, the Ubuntu systems

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Unity 8 And KDE May Coexist On The Future Versions Of The Ubuntu Desktop

The Ubuntu and KDE developers are working together at making Unity 8 and KDE coexist, permitting the users to have both the two desktop environments on the same system. Unity 8 is still under massive development, being used only on

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Unity 8 And Mir Has Received Interesting Improvements

Canonical’s Kevin Gunn has recently announced that Unity 8 has received updates and enhancements, including UI improvements, code cleanups and better multi-monitor support via QtMir, LXC support for Xapps, work for the launcher parity has been done, some features landed

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Unity 8 Has Received Full Shell Rotation Support and Other New Features

Unity 8 and Mir are Canonical’s future generation desktop environment and display server, currently used on Ubuntu Touch (the mobile version of Ubuntu) and Ubuntu Desktop Next (an Ubuntu flavor created for testing Canonical’s latest technology: Mir, Unity, Snappy packages,

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Unity 8 and Mir Have Received New Fixes. You Can Now Install and Test them on Ubuntu, via PPA

Unity 8 and Mir are Canonical’s future generation desktop environment and display server, currently used on Ubuntu Touch (the mobile version of Ubuntu) and Ubuntu Desktop Next (an Ubuntu flavor created for testing Canonical’s latest technology: Mir, Unity, Snappy packages,

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Unity 8 and Mir Have Received New Updates

As you may know, Mir and Unity 8 are two of Canonical’s main pieces, in their work to create the first mobiled-desktop convergent system and to create the main IoT (Intenet of Things) operating system. For now, Unity 8 and

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Canonical Made It Easy for All the Users to Test Unity 8 and Mir, via a LXC Container

As you may know, Mark Shuttleworth’s goal is to create the first convergent system, and Unity 8 and Mir are two important pieces, in achieving this. Unity 8 and Mir are used by default on Ubuntu Touch, the mobile version

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Mark Shuttleworth Announced That They Will Let The Community Decide Whether To Use Unity 8 And Mir As Default Or Not, On Ubuntu 16.04

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, the Ubuntu Online Summit takes place right now, where a lot of aspects regarding the future Ubuntu releases are being discussed. Mark Shuttleworth has announced yesterday that the codename of Ubuntu 15.10 will

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Ubuntu Touch’s Music App Is Yet Another Convergence-Ready Application

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Mark Shuttleworth’s biggest ambition is to reach mobile-desktop convergence, which means that both the desktop and the mobile platform use the same code base, with an intelligent “responsive” interface. For now, Ubuntu’s convergence

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