November 13th, 2019 | 2 mins 37 secs
android, beta, brave, browser, cells, clair, containers, daily linux podcast, f-droid, golang, helm, intel, kernel, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, nextcloud, package manager, play store, pydio, quay, quay.io, red hat, side-channel attacks, speculative execution, tiller, updates, vulnerability
It’s time to update your kernel again as yet more Intel security issues come to light, good news for container management and self-hosted collaboration, and Brave is finally ready for production.
November 12th, 2019 | 2 mins 46 secs
bytecode alliance, chrome os, chrome os 80, chromebooks, daily linux podcast, dark mode, dependency resolution, fastly, federated software, framasoft, go, google, hls, intel, lin clark, linux academy, linux headlines, mozilla, open source, peertube, pip, python, python software foundation, red hat, self-hosted, termshark, video streaming, wireshark
Python's package manager looks forward to some much-needed love, PeerTube and Termshark both have major releases, and Mozilla joins forces to push WebAssembly outside the browser.
November 11th, 2019 | 2 mins 52 secs
arch, arch linux, binary, build, build system, builds, container, containers, daily, daily linux podcast, debian, feedback, games, gaming, gnome, internet radio, jupiter broadcasting, linux academy, linux headlines, migration, music, namespace, namespaces, news, packages, packaging, podcast, python, python 2, python2, radio, reproducible, shortwave, steam, transition, ubuntu, valve
Steam gets support for Linux namespaces, some distributions are struggling with the shift from Python 2, Arch Linux supports reproducible builds, and GNOME has a new app in beta.
November 8th, 2019 | 2 mins 53 secs
amazon web services, apex predator, apple, award, aws, certification, cloud, daily, daily linux podcast, datacenter, free software foundation, freedom, fsf, ghosts, golang, jupiter broadcasting, language, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, mainboard, motherboard, new, numerics, open source, open-source, opensuse, operating system, os, platform, podcast, poll, programming, programming language, regional, respects your freedom, savings, savings plan, steve canon, suse, swift, talos, user error
openSUSE releases the results of the poll for its new name, the FSF awards its "Respects Your Freedom" certificate to two new mainboards, Amazon announces savings plans, Swift gets a new open-source project, and Golang turns 10.
November 7th, 2019 | 2 mins 48 secs
android, app defense alliance, ar, augmented reality, authentication, biometric identification, biometrics, cardboard, command line, daily linux podcast, dart, dart 2.6, dart2native, eset, fingerprint reader, google, google cardboard, hololens, hololens 2, linux academy, linux headlines, lookout, malware, microsoft, native apps, play store, security, virtual reality, vr, yubico, yubikey, yubikey bio, zimperium
Google joins forces to better protect Android from malware, Yubico announces its first security key with a fingerprint reader, Microsoft starts shipping HoloLens 2, and Google takes Cardboard VR open source.
November 6th, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
alert on install, arm64, daily linux podcast, developer funding, github number of users, improved assertion handling, jupiter broadcasting, linux academy, linux headlines, linux news podcast, live kernel patching, microsoft, npm, nullish coalescing operator, one plus 3t, rhel81, sony xperia, typescript, ubports
npm comes up with a reasonable way to fund future contributions; also the new RHEL release has a specific focus, UBports builds for 64bit, while GitHub and Microsoft have some big news to share.
November 5th, 2019 | 2 mins 52 secs
ai, chrome, chrome os, chromebook, chromebooks, daily linux podcast, deezer, google, hardware, lenovo, linux academy, linux headlines, lowrisc, machine learning, music separation, opentitan, python, risc-v, root of trust, security, spleeter, survey, tensorflow, titan, wordpress
Open source code that can listen to songs and tear them apart, longer lifespans for some Chromebooks, and new Google partnership to build an open hardware root of trust.
November 4th, 2019 | 3 mins
daily linux podcast, elementary os flatpak, firefox notifications, jupiter broadcasting, linux academy, linux headlines, linux news, martin wimpress, noobs, raspberry pi, raspberry pi 4 kernel bug
elementary OS has beefed up its Flatpak support, Firefox's plan to save you some frustration, Canonical commits to the best Pi 4 experience and the Raspberry Pi Foundation has something for your stocking.
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 31st, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
ai, alphastar, daily linux podcast, deepmind, google, khronos group, leap 15.0, linux, linux academy, linux graphics, linux headlines, ml, opensuse, opensuse leap, oracle, oracle cloud, reinforcement learning, starcraft ii, suse, suse enterprise linux, unified samples repository, vulkan
SUSE comes to Oracle Cloud, it's time to move on from openSUSE LEAP 15.0, a new home for Vulkan code samples, and Google's AI takes on StarCraft II.
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 29th, 2019 | 2 mins 53 secs
32-bit, 32-bit packages, coreos, daily linux podcast, dbus, debian, fedora, fedora 31, fedora coreos, fedora iot, firefox, firefox 70, firefox bug, freedesktop.org, gnome, keepass, keepassx, keepassxc, libsecret, linux academy, linux headlines, local storage, local storage bug, mozilla, oin, open invention network, password manager, patent troll, python, python 2, rothschild patent imaging, silberblue, yubikey
Fedora 31 finally arrives, a bug pops up in Firefox 70, and the Open Invention Network joins GNOME's patent fight.
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 25th, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
algorithm, backlash, blacklisting, carrier, carriers, cell phone, cellphone, censor, censorship, cloudflare, daily, daily podcast, dns, dns-over-https, doh, feedback, firefox, gitlab, google, headlines, jupiter broadcasting, keywords, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, messaging, mozilla, natural language processing, news, outcry, pushback, rage, rcs, regulation, regulator, regulators, rich communication, search, self hosted, self-hosted, selfhosted, sms, telco, telemetry, text, texting
US telcos cut Google out of the shift to rich communication services, three companies respond to user backlash, and Google unveils a new search algorithm.
October 24th, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
ai, at&t, authentication, bbc, bbc news, censorship, dash to panel, fastcgi, gnome, ide, jupyter, linux desktop, ml, netflix, nextcloud, nginx, notebook, php, php 7, polynote, programming, project verify, python, rce, scala, security, sprint, t-mobile, tor, verizon, web security, widescreen, zenkey
A PHP 7 security bug gets a fix, Project Verify gets a new name, and Netflix has open sourced a powerful new programming notebook.
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.