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November 1st, 2019 | 2 mins 45 secs
Firefox is phasing out traditional sideloaded apps, but it's not as reported. Almost all of LibreOffice's UI is ported to GTK, Google wants to help WordPress admins, and Python goes annual.
October 30th, 2019 | 2 mins 51 secs
benevolent dictator for life, d-bus, daily linux podcast, dropbox, google summer of code, guido van rossum, inet wireless daemon, intel, iwd, libreoffice, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, mypy, onnx, open neural network exchange runtime, software freedom conservancy, tesla gpl compliance, wpa_supplicant
Microsoft open sources more code, a replacement for managing wireless networking in Linux, changes at Dropbox, and why the Conservancy would like to hear from Tesla owners.
October 28th, 2019 | 2 mins 51 secs
av1 decoder, azure sphere, collabora, daily linux headlines, daily linux podcast, dav1d, google, kernelci, linux academy, linux foundtation, linux headlines, linux server, microsoft, microsoft iot, nextlfix, tor, videolan
Tor sets its sights on 2020, the KernelCI project moves to its new home, Microsoft finalizes their Linux powered IoT plans and great news for video playback on older Linux systems.
October 23rd, 2019 | 2 mins 49 secs
amd, apple notarization, blender, director of engineering ubuntu desktop, libreoffice, linux foundation, macos catalina, martin wimpress, node.js, node.js lts, openjs, signed apps, tails, tor browser, tor project, will cooke
Ubuntu's Director of Engineering for the desktop leaves Canonical, Tor has two new releases, Node.js makes news, and LibreOffice has a big problem on macOS.
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 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 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 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 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.
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.
September 25th, 2019 | 2 mins 51 secs
cloudflare warp, daily linux podcast, gnome foundation, google code‑in 2019, linux academy, linux headlines, neil mcgovern, rothschild patent imaging llc, shotwell, vbulletin, warp vpn, zerodium
A patent lawsuit takes aim at the GNOME Foundation, Cloudflare launches a VPN service that does not protect privacy, a long-standing exploit has finally been disclosed for vBulletin, and Google has announced their latest code-in challenge.
September 23rd, 2019 | 2 mins 57 secs
NPM's CEO Bryan Bogensberger resigns, Google's new Play Pass subscription service and their Kotlin bootcamp are announced.
September 18th, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
32-bit packages, chef certifcation, daily linux podcast, fedora, founders edition, google stadia, i686, jupiter broadcasting, linux academy, linux headlines, openstack, steam, ubuntu, vm memory encryption
Google's Stadia good news, VM encryption comes to an OpenStack near you, and details on Ubuntu 19.10's 32-bit support.
September 16th, 2019 | 2 mins 54 secs
alsa, bluetooth, bluez, coil, creative commons, daily linux podcast, dolby truehd, dts-hd master audio, linux academy, linux headlines, linux kernel 5.3, mozilla, project zero, pulseaudio 13
A new Linux Kernel is out; we break down the new features, PulseAudio goes pro and the credential-stealing LastPass flaw.
September 11th, 2019 | 2 mins 56 secs
acer, daily linux podcast, fairphone 3, full circle, ifixit, linux academy, linux vendor firmware service, lvfs, oom, oomd, out of memory, rawtherapee, ubuntu magazine
The Fairphone 3 gets a perfect 10 from iFixit, Acer joins LVFS, and Facebook has a user-space killer for a distro near you.
September 9th, 2019 | 2 mins 23 secs
blue systems, daily linux podcast, dns-over-https, doh, kde usability and productivity initiative, linux academy, manjaro, mozilla, mumble 1.3.0, wayland
Manjaro begins a new era, KDE sets goals for future usability, and Mozilla rolls out a controversial feature to Firefox.