June 26th, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
64-bit, a cloud guru, android 10, apt, bountysource, cinnamon, comcast, core i7, custom recovery, daily linux podcast, digital lending, digital media, dns, dns-over-https, doh, donation, eff, electronic frontier foundation, elementary, embedded controller firmware, file sharing, firefox, funding, github, github sponsors, gpu switching, intel processor, internet archive, isp, lawsuit, legel, linux academy, linux desktop, linux headlines, linux laptop, linux mint, mate, mozilla, nvidia, open firmware, optimus, oryx pro, packaging, pop!_os, privacy, publishing, rom, snap, snapd, system76, team win recovery project, terms of service, tos, trusted recursive resolver, twrp, ulyana, warpinator, xfce, xfinity
Linux Mint lands version 20 as an LTS, Mozilla welcomes an unlikely member into its Trusted Recursive Resolver program, elementary ditches Bountysource, TWRP gets closer to supporting Android 10, System76 introduces a new high-end laptop, and the EFF joins the Internet Archive's legal battle against the publishing industry.
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.
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.