If you love your Apple iPhone / iPod, the latest release of Ubuntu from Canonical called Karmic Koala ( the counter part to Microsoft’s Windows 7) is totally compatible for USB connection
If you love your Apple iPhone / iPod, the latest release of Ubuntu from Canonical called Karmic Koala ( the counter part to Microsoft’s Windows 7) is totally compatible for USB connection.
Ubuntu uses Rhythmbox for playing songs and uses FSpot and Gimp for images. The audio quality is excellent ( even if you are using very old hardware like I do) and Gimp is the best image manipulation software -comparable to ones from Adobe- intuitive and easy.
see screenshot for cloud OS services in latest version of Ubuntu tobe launched in 5 days at http://www.ubuntu.com
( I am using the 9.10 latest beta since I figured 5 days earlier beta should be okay)
The Cloud OS properties are using browser and are called Ubuntu One
The browser used is Google Chrome.
Nice one, stanford dropouts. Really nice!
Note the line launchpad based services and uses secure id to ensure a connection as well as collect data for analysis as well
as real estate for possible advertisements.
Ball in Uncle Billy ‘s court now.
Note-The icon had some issues with opening more than one session parallely and showed edit preferences. So it could be a Google Joke as well
Easter Egg with an April variation. LOL
Windows 7 was launched this week. Karmic Koala ( or Linux Ubuntu 9.10) is being launched next week.
No wonder Microsoft refused to recognize the upgrade revenue in it’s books and is applying conservative accounting for
projecting Windows 7 revenue
( given the Windows Vista failure to launch- 1 failure in about 30 years of successful product launches