The Shopping Lens is included by default in Ubuntu 12.10 onwards. It will search Amazon.com for potentially relevant products to display alongside your local results when doing a search in the dash. Canonical receives a small cut of the revenue from online purchases you make using this lens.
Why by default? And how do we get Canonical to listen to it's users/customers? I wanted to start programming and contributing to Ubuntu on the user friendly side of things but I just can't get past ...
After removing "unity-lens-shopping" remain some annoying tips from the Software Center.
I don't want Amazon search results to show up in the home lens and prefer to access them in an independent shopping lens. How can this be accomplished?
How can I configure the dash's shopping lens to fetch its search results from www.amazon.co.uk instead of www.amazon.com? Is there any program for controlling the lenses or another settings under ...
How can I disable Amazon search results in the Unity dash?