With Ubuntu Core 16 Canonical looks to embed itself in the IoT

John Leonard
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New version features all new software distribution architecture for consistency and security, says CEO Shuttleworth

Ubuntu Core 16 is released today. Otherwise known as Snappy, it is a pared-back version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system (OS) that's designed for IoT use cases. On a press call, Canonical CE...

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