Now you can have the red and black outfitted Queen’s Guard at your service too! Simply summon the little Queen’s Guard Driver USB Memory to your PC and transfer your data to keep it safe and sound.
Good news for all Ubuntu-philes. Ubuntu 10.04 a.k.a. Lucid Lynx finally arrives. For those of you who are not aware, this new version also has a LTS (Long Term Support) edition, which means you get longer support. The new OS is reported to be noticeably quicker than its predecessors. It also has a faster boot-time especially if your netbook is having a SSD.
For all Ubuntu fans, here’s some good news. Lucid Lynx a.k.a. Ubuntu 10.04 (Beta 1) is now available for download. The new OS is a step better in almost every area. Reported to be “very fast” and “stable”, this new Beta 1 version is just another evidence that Ubuntu is, and can, compete with any other proprietary OS out there in the market, be it Apple Snow Leopard or even Microsoft Windows 7.
Ubuntu is by far the most popular Linux distro ever. The operating system’s ease of use and reliability has resulted in now millions of fans worldwide. Now the next update, version 10.04 a.k.a. “Lucid Lynx”, will feature a complete new look with a new Ubuntu logo. The OS had the same looks for quite a while, which is about to change, finally.
Moblin’s future seems to be brighter than most people anticipated. First we got a confirmation that Moblin 2.1 may be running in mobiles of tomorrow and now Dell unveils that Inspiron Mini 10 will be running it too. Do not underestimate Moblin. Although it is not here to compete with Ubuntu, the OS by itself is a super-stable and robust Linux distro. It has been reported that Dell is initially aiming this model at developers.
Whether this is a good news for iPhone fans or Linux fans is hard to tell. Linux has been finally ported to the iPhone and iPod Touch. The developers explain, “This is a rough first draft of the port, and many drivers are still missing, but it’s enough that a real alternative operating system is running on the iPhone.”