Nowadays people prefer to have such type of mobile devices that give complete experience of phone and computer into the small pack. Anyone who is connected with technology knows what Ubuntu is. One of the world’s most well-known Linux distributions, Ubuntu is planning to take the Ubuntu platform to mobiles, tablet devices, televisions and cars. Ubuntu is computer operating system, which is distributed as free and open-source software.
Ubuntu operating system has been popular over the year due to the streamlined interfaces and solid alternative programs. Recently, at CES 2012, the developers of Ubuntu, “Canonical” has introduced the Ubuntu TV – an idea of how TV will work in the future that will come with no cables, no boxes and no hassles. It is the best example of Ubuntu’s new plans. The desktop interface in today’s Ubuntu 11.10, “Unity” was intended with this specific vision in mind. The main parts of the Unity are set in exactly the way that we require to manufacture “coherence” around all of those devices. The single core interface framework, Unity scales around all screens and supports all toolkits.
Before starting the operating system to more devices, it will work on latest version of Ubuntu, 12.04 and its unity interface. The complete process is expected to finish until 2014. Ubuntu is very secure and customizable operating system. Ubuntu community and Canonical have set up Ubuntu’s position in desktop, server and cloud deployments. Currently, they are inviting the entire Ubuntu community – both personal and commercial to outline that possibility and design that future.