Everything comes full circle. I now work for EMC, which is merging with Dell. I once worked for Canonical, back when getting these kind of native Linux deals was just starting.
Mark always gives a great interview and has great and unique insight into cloud computing.
Canonical has inked its first deal with partner who’ll put the Linux-basd operating system on its phones, founder Mark Shuttleworth reveals. Read this article by Stephen Shankland on CNET News.
Congrats to Canonical! (And to Mark for growing such a fantastic beard.)
Interesting. Also makes me wonder what this means for Steam on Ubuntu.
Google revealed that they are using a lightly customized and realtime-ish version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system development by Canonical on the…
The Ubuntu Edge phone just took Pebble’s $10 million crowdfunding crown but it’s still $20 million shy of its goal.
Ubuntu’s desktop “on its own will die"--Shuttleworth on why Canonical must expand.
Former Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth is not deterred by the prospect of his ambitious Indiegogo campaign failing to meet its goal. In many ways, the project has already succeeded. Read this article by Nick Statt on CNET News.
Canonical CEO Jane Silber on CNBC, speaking about Ubuntu Edge crowd-funding efforts.