"Ubuntu 14.04 LTS information with details of advanced features including support for Ubuntu 14.04 which will last for 5 years."
"The latest version of the Ubuntu operating system for desktop PCs and laptops, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS comes with five years of security and maintenance updates, guaranteed."
"The Ubuntu developers are moving quickly to bring you the absolute latest and greatest software the Open Source community has to offer."
"Ubuntu 14.04 LTS will be supported for 5 years for Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Core, Kubuntu, Edubuntu, and Ubuntu Kylin. All other flavours will be supported for 3 years."
"This version features the tablet form-factor with the introduction of the side-stage when the screen size gives enough room to display it. You are able to set a phone-factor application into that side-stage and switch between the main and side stages. Multiple core applications as well have been extended to support and be responsive for various form factors and screen sizes in addition to getting a ton of new features and bug fixes."
"The home screen and scope experience has seen a complete overhaul, delivering an even better and more stunning experience than before. Users can now enable and disable scopes to get more control about what is searched and delivering more accurate answers and will surely see the attention to detail that our design and engineering team has put into bringing these main UI experiences to where we are now. Give it a try!"
"Plumbing layer comes with all the latest from Ubuntu and Android 4.4 and Qt 5.2."
"On the developer side, a new layout framework and new facilities like tabulation title enhancement inherited by the new SDK release are available in our 14.04 framework. Also, developers can now use an emulator on their Ubuntu Desktop to do app and core system development. "
"We eventually intend to ship only Python 3 with the Ubuntu desktop image, not Python 2. The Ubuntu 14.04 LTS image continues this process, although we will not be able to convert everything to Python 3 for the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS release. If you have your own programs based on Python 2, fear not! Python 2 will continue to be available (as the python package) for the foreseeable future. However, to best support future versions of Ubuntu you should consider porting your code to Python 3. Python/3 has some advice and resources on this."
"Oxide is a webview based on Chromium to deliver web content. Oxide allows us to better support 3rd party developers and applications within the Ubuntu archive by providing a fast, secure and up to date webengine library for the duration of the LTS. While other web content libraries such as those based on webkit are available, their maintenance will be limited to new upstream minor version releases only, and application developers are encouraged to use Oxide instead."