Ubuntu 14.10 may not be out of the door yet, but attention is already turning to Ubuntu 15.04. Today it got its name: 'Vivid Vervet'.
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Test how hardy your Ubuntu know-how is by taking our trusty Ubuntu tenth birthday quiz. Will you be the Quantal Quetzal of quizzes?
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Mozilla Firefox 33, the latest stable update to the widely popular open-source web browser, is now rolling out on Ubuntu.
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LXQt 0.8.0 features a number of significant changes, fixes and performance improvements, including new themes and a set of new admin tools.
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Netflix is now available to watch on Ubuntu out of the box — no hacks, plugins or user-agent switching workaround required.
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The latest stable release of the Linux kernel, 3.17, has been released. It brings a batch of GPU updates and enhanced hardware support.
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Things are about to get tricky if you need to use Adobe's own PDF reader application on Linux: the company has pulled the download links.
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