May 1, 2014

Ubuntu Planned, Reviewed, Hacked, and Giving Up

ubuntuUbuntu seemed to dominate much of the headlines today. Two new reviews emerged, both rather flattering for Ubuntu. This couldn't come at a better time to draw attention away from Canonical's decision to pull-back from their Ubuntu on Android project. An Aussie has discovered a most embarrassing security issue for Ubuntu while the release schedule for 14.10 is drafted.

Ubuntu 14.10 was released recently and reviews have been trickling in. Two new reviews today said things like this release "is a real turning point" for Ubuntu and that it's "a very, very decent distribution." PC ADVISOR's Andrew Harrison said after testing, "Using Ubuntu is a breeze. The interface is clean, accessible and silky smooth in operation; the interface fast leaving you, its user, productive." dedoimedo.com expected Double T to fail in several key areas, but was pleasantly surprised. 

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