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Canonical is reworking Snap application packages on Linux

Snap is a software packaging and distribution platform for Linux developed by Canonical, creators of Ubuntu Linux. Snap applications are more portable than traditional Linux software, and most of them are containerized to prevent some common security issues. However, Snap also has plenty of problems, which might be the reason Canonical is experimenting with a...

Canonical announces Anbox Cloud for businesses to serve Android apps from the cloud

Canonical is known primarily as a company that distributes the free and open-source Ubuntu operating system. The desktop version of Ubuntu still has its uses, but for the past few years, Canonical's attention has been on cloud services. Ubuntu is available for servers and clouds as separate variants, and the company's focus on cloud services...

Ubuntu to Show Off Community Ports on OnePlus One & Sony Xperia Z1 at MWC 2016

Ubuntu has given us another reason to look forward to the Mobile World Congress 2016. The team at Canonical have announced the arrival of two new Ubuntu phone ports community ports, namely for the Sony Xperia Z1 and the OnePlus One. If you’re the lucky owner of a Sony Xperia Z1  you will soon be able...