July 8th, 2020 | 2 mins 55 secs
a cloud guru, acquisition, angular, application development, canonical, container, cross-platform, daily linux podcast, firefox, firefox send, flutter, framework, gerrit, google, hacking, istio, k8s, kubernetes, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, malware, mozilla, open source, open usage commons, rancher, rancher labs, security, snap, snap store, snapd, suse, trademark, virus, web development, zdnet
Mozilla suspends its Firefox Send service due to misuse by hacking groups, SUSE is acquiring Rancher Labs, Google launches the Open Usage Commons, and the Flutter framework arrives on Linux.
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.
June 17th, 2020 | 2 mins 44 secs
a cloud guru, adguard home, android, android 5.1, android 7, android 9, android police, appliance, appliance image, canonical, chrome enterprise, chromebook, chromeos, citrix, daily linux podcast, fairphone, google, iot, linux academy, linux headlines, multipass, networking, nextcloud, parallels, pi-hole, plex, raspberry pi, security, snap, snapd, tcp/ip, treck, turnkey linux, ubuntu, ubuntu core, virtualization, vulnerability, windows
Canonical enters the software appliance image market, Israeli researchers discover a set of major flaws in an ancient TCP/IP stack with massive ramifications for embedded and IoT devices, Google partners with Parallels to bring Windows apps to Chromebooks, and Fairphone continues to support its 2015 flagship.
June 15th, 2020 | 2 mins 42 secs
a cloud guru, apt, arm, beta, chef, cinnamon, coronavirus, covid-19, daily linux podcast, desktop, docker, gpu switching, jenkins, kernel, lan, linux academy, linux headlines, linux mint, long term support, lts, mate, mint, mongodb, national vulnerability database, network file sharing, nvidia, open source, optimus, packaging, pine, pine64, pinephone, pinetab, postmarketos, risksense, security, snap, snapd, ulyana, vulnerabilities, vulnerability, warpinator, wordpress, xfce
The Linux Mint 20 beta is available for testing, RiskSense warns of an increasing number of open source security vulnerabilities, and Pine announces that the next Community Edition of its phone will ship with postmarketOS.
June 5th, 2020 | 2 mins 41 secs
a cloud guru, blender, blender foundation, bootcamp, canonical, chat, cloud engineer bootcamp, cloud native computing foundation, cncf, daily linux podcast, decentralized, development, fabrica, federated, fediverse, k8s, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, long term support, lts, matrix, messaging, microk8s, multipass, openxr, peer-to-peer, snap, snapcraft, snapd, the linux foundation, training, virtual machine, virtual reality, vm, vr
The first-ever Blender LTS is out with support for VR, the Cloud Engineer Bootcamp aims to convey students to professionals in six months, the Matrix project previews peer-to-peer messaging, and Canonical introduces two developer tools.
May 20th, 2020 | 2 mins 50 secs
.net framework, a cloud guru, ai, artificial intelligence, build, canonical, command line, community portal, compliance, compute, container, container management, daily linux podcast, docker, github, gpu, kde, linux academy, linux headlines, machine learning, maui, microsoft, oci, package manager, pam, pluggable authentication modules, progressive release, quality assurance, red hat, rhel, rollout, skopeo, slackware, snap, snapcraft, the tor project, tor, wayland, windows subsystem for linux, wsl, xamarin.forms
Microsoft's Build conference showcases a slew of Linux-related tech, Slackware adds PAM support, Red Hat's Skopeo hits 1.0, The Tor Project unveils a new community portal, and Canonical is developing a progressive release feature for Snapcraft.
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.