After the Constitutional Court judgement, Mark Shuttleworth told us just how disappointed he was, and why.
Canonical founder and Ubuntu creator Mark Shuttleworth weighs in on the battle between Apple and the FBI.
ConCout grants reserve bank leave to appeal Shuttleworth’s billions.
The Linux powered smartphone that turns into a PC is back on the cards.
Russia is planning to restart its space tourist flights to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2018.
Ubuntu Core is an app store for everything. Clever, Mr Shuttleworth, very clever.
Everyone’s favourite Linux distro just got better at touchscreen
12 tech and design startups have been awarded funding and support from the Design Innovation Seed Fund.
Canonical finally gets a handset running Ubuntu released. Will it take the world by storm?
Have an idea for a project that could change the world? Apply for the Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship.
Mark Shuttleworth took the Reserve Bank to court, among other things.
In ZA Tech Show this week, Brett Haggard is joined by Steven Ambrose for a chat on one spaceman’s victory, a missing version number and Steven’s bendy-phone
It would be easy to think that he would be relieved to finally get his last morsels out of the country
Entrepreneur to create fund to help underprivileged bring cases against the state.
SCA has now ruled that the Reserve Bank has to repay the R250 million to Mark Shuttleworth
Divashen Govender could be calling the red planet home in the next decade.
South African Reserve Bank slapped him with a R250 million levy – and now he wants his money back.
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