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  • Canonical Shuts Down Cloud Storage Service Ubuntu One

    Canonical Shuts Down Cloud Storage Service Ubuntu One

    Ubuntu creator Canonical just announced that it is shutting down its cloud storage service called Ubuntu One. Among the reasons cited, increased competition is an important one — maybe the service didn’t really take off as Canonical intended. “Additionally, the free storage wars aren’t a sustainable place for us to be, particularly with other services now… Read More

  • Canonical’s Ubuntu One Cloud Storage Service Comes To The Mac

    Canonical’s Ubuntu One Cloud Storage Service Comes To The Mac

    Canonical isn’t just the company behind the popular Linux distribution Ubuntu, but with Ubuntu One, it also offers a cloud storage service with 5GB of free storage space, as well as a music locker, and support for Android, iOS, Windows and, starting today, OS X. Read More

  • Canonical Releases Windows Version of Ubuntu One

    Canonical Releases Windows Version of Ubuntu One

    Canonical, the commercial backer behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution, have been hosting a file synchronization service called Ubuntu One for a couple years now. A free account gets you 5GB of storage, and the client side controls have been baked into the last couple of releases of the Ubuntu distribution. It works pretty much like Dropbox or similar services, but has been — until… Read More