147: Linux Action News
1 March 2020
Bruce Schneier puts his name behind Solid, Firefox starts to roll out DNS over HTTPS as default, and Microsoft's Linux first device ships to customers.
- Collabora brings smooth editing to Android and iOS — This release fully integrates the iOS and Android apps into our Collabora Office product family.
- The Story of Collabora Office for Phones
- Firefox continues push to bring DNS over HTTPS by default for US users — The rollout will continue over the next few weeks to confirm no major issues are discovered as this new protocol is enabled for Firefox’s US-based users.
- Firefox now defaults to DNS-over-HTTPS for US netizens and some are dischuffed about this
- The Facts: Mozilla’s DNS over HTTPs
- Securing Firefox with WebAssembly — RLBox, a new sandboxing technology.
- Inrupt, Tim Berners-Lee’s Solid, and Me — I have joined a company called Inrupt that is working to bring Tim Berners-Lee’s distributed data ownership model that is Solid into the mainstream.
- Building a World-Class Team at Inrupt
- Microsoft’s Azure Sphere, its Linux-based microcontroller plus cloud service, hits general availability — Microsoft is making its Azure Sphere secure IoT service generally available after several years of testing and previews.
- A birthday gift: 2GB Raspberry Pi 4 now only $35 — The fall in RAM prices over the last year has allowed us to cut the price of the 2GB variant of Raspberry Pi 4 to $35.
- The Raspberry Pi 4 gets a RAM upgrade