October 21st, 2019 | 2 mins 51 secs
chrome, daily linux podcast, disney+, drm, exfat, firefox, hans de goede, linux academy, linux headlines, mozilla, offline translation, pop!_os, red hat, samsung, tensorflow, tensorman, ubuntu 19.10
New off-line features coming to Firefox, an update on exFAT support in the Linux Kernel, why Disney+ might not stream on Linux, and the trick Pop!_OS 19.10 has up its sleeve.
October 18th, 2019 | 2 mins 56 secs
2013, 32-bit, 50, 50 years, android, anniversery, bell, bell labs, beta, brian kernighan, bsd, bug, bugs, c, c++, cedalo, container, crash, daily linux podcast, deprecation, docker, doug mcilroy, eclipse, exploit, fedora, fedora 31, fifty, fifty years, github, google, kernel, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, livestream, long term support, lts, macos, ndk, oci, open source, open-source, public license, raspberry pi, release, release date, sdk, security, software, streamsheets, unix, vulnerability, wi-fi, wifi, windows
Researchers discover a kernel bug that can crash Linux devices, Fedora 31's release date slips, Cedalo opens up its Streamsheets code, Google announces the Android NDK 21 beta, and Unix turns 50.
October 17th, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
19.10, ai, android, canonical, chrome, daily linux podcast, eoan, ibm, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, microkubernetes, ml, namespaces, nginx, nginx unit, nvidia, online security, openstack, red hat, security, server, site isolation, spectre, suse, train, ubuntu 19.10, ubuntu server, web application, web dev, web server, zfs
OpenStack's Train release pulls into the station amidst mixed news from supporters, Ubuntu 19.10 has arrived with plenty of tempting features, NGINX's Unit application server receives a big update, IBM's financials continue to disappoint, and some welcome security improvements for Chrome on Android.
October 16th, 2019 | 2 mins 52 secs
.net framework, daily linux podcast, docker engine community edition, firefox, graboid, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, mozilla, opensearch, owncloud, palo alto networks, threat intelligence
WireGuard is kicked out of the Play Store, a new Docker worm is discovered, and Mozilla unveils upcoming changes to Firefox.
October 15th, 2019 | 2 mins 56 secs
amazon, arm, aws, c, c++, cgroups, daily linux podcast, fractional scaling, hidpi, json, kde, kernel development, lfc103, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, night mode, open source, plasma, plasma 5.17, pypy, pypy 7.2, python, python 3.8, software, training, walrus operator, wayland
A double dose of Python, AWS credits for open source projects, a new kernel development course from the Linux Foundation, and an exciting release for KDE Plasma.
October 14th, 2019 | 2 mins 48 secs
2fa, a1, arm instances, aws, daily linux podcast, fido, girls who code, google, ibm, larry wall, linux academy, linux headlines, onionshare, perl 6, persistent address, raku, titan key, usb-c
Perl 6 is renamed, AWS goes metal with ARM, OnionShare just got a big upgrade, and Google has a new security dongle.
October 11th, 2019 | 3 mins
19.10, alan pope, android, anonymity, application, applications, automation, beta, buster, canonical, chromium, cloud, daily linux podcast, data visualization, dataset, datasets, deb, debian, disaggregated, facebook, github, google, headlines, infrastructure, ios, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, machine learning, microsoft, nebula, news, popey, privacy, project, project nebula, puppet, python, pytorch, sanddance, security, snap, snap package, tails, tensorflow, ubuntu, visualization, web app, workflow, yaml
Facebook takes aim at Google's machine learning dominance, Ubuntu calls for testing of its Chromium snap package, Tails wants feedback on its upcoming 4.0 release, Puppet goes public with a beta of Project Nebula, and Microsoft re-issues yet another product under a permissive license.
October 10th, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
The Tor Project blacklists old relays, GitLab plans to introduce telemetry, Steam is working on a new multiplayer feature, The Matrix Project announces new funding, and AMP is getting a new home.
October 9th, 2019 | 2 mins 35 secs
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SUSE drops OpenStack Cloud, OpenLibra looks to piggyback on Facebook's cryptocurrency, OpenSSH adds in-RAM protections and Essential teases flashy new phone.
October 8th, 2019 | 2 mins 47 secs
atari, atari vcs, blender, blender foundation, cybersecurity, daily linux podcast, email, encryption, epic games, ibm, linux academy, linux headlines, mcafee, nvidia, oasis, open cybersecurity alliance, openpgp, pgp, playstation, playstation 5, security, sony, thunderbird
NVIDIA joins the Blender foundation, a new cybersecurity alliance is launched to better integrate security products, Thunderbird makes plans for official OpenPGP support, and some mixed news for console enthusiasts.
October 7th, 2019 | 2 mins 43 secs
arcmenu, daily linux podcast, dash-to-dock, extreme networks, fsf, gnome, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, pinebook, richard stallman, stackstorm
The FSF is looking for some direction, StackStorm joins the Linux Foundation, and GNOME users who like it a little traditional get some good news.
October 4th, 2019 | 2 mins 54 secs
africa, agpl, anonymity, australia, backdoor, bilateral, bridge, cambrium, chat, code, code week, court, daily linux podcast, daily podcast, digital literacy, encryption, end-to-end, england, eu, european union, facebook, gpl, hardware, headlines, infringement, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, linux headlinesdaily linux podcast, mastodon, matrix, mattermost, messaging, mlat, network, networking, news, open-source, patent, podcast, programming, security, sfc, slack, social, social media, software freedom conservancy, source, source code, twitter, ubiquiti, uk, united kingdom, united states, us
The Software Freedom Conservancy takes aim at two hardware vendors, Mastodon 3 is out, several countries continue on the warpath against end-to-end encrypted communications, and more.
October 3rd, 2019 | 2 mins 40 secs
b-tree, chrome, daily linux podcast, database, foss, free software, google, https, jit, json, krita, libreoffice, linux academy, linux headlines, llvm, macos, mixed content, open source, open source funding, postgres, postgresql, security, sql, ssl, stored generated column, the document collective, the document foundation, tls, windows
PostgreSQL 12 is here with performance gains and more, Google plans to phase out mixed security content in Chrome, and a new funding source for The Document Foundation.
October 2nd, 2019 | 2 mins 39 secs
athenaeum, chrome os 79, chromium, collaborative text editor, crostini, daily linux podcast, flatpak, ldap, libre-only games, linux academy, linux app throttling, linux headlines, microsoft, microsoft android device, nextcloud, remote wipe, steam, surface duo, surface neo, windows 10x
Nextcloud goes pro, the self-proclaimed "Steam replacement" reaches version 1, and Microsoft drops some far-out future tech.
October 1st, 2019 | 2 mins 54 secs
A major release for Google's popular ML library TensorFlow, new web dev video shorts from Mozilla, faster Rust builds, and a LibreOffice anniversary competition.
September 30th, 2019 | 2 mins 54 secs
a10, a11, a5, a6, a7, a8, a9, api, apple, checkm8, court, court case, cpu, daily linux podcast, decision, dfu, email, email server, exim, exploit, fair-use, flaw, google, headlines, ios, iphone, iphone 4s, iphone 5, iphone 5s, iphone 6, iphone 6s, iphone 7, iphone 7s, iphone 8, jailbreak, java, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, linux headlinesdaily linux podcast, mobile, mobile security, news, oracle, patch, podcast, research, researcher, rom, security, server, solicitor general, supreme court, tethered, tethered jailbreak
Oracle is one step closer to winning its settlement against Google, Exim has another critical flaw, and more details about the checkm8 iOS exploit reveal that it is not as dire as previously reported.