151: Linux Action News
29 March 2020
Mozilla puts your money where your mouse is and partners with Scroll to launch Firefox for a Better Web. We'll explain the details, and why it might just have a shot.
- Try our latest Test Pilot, Firefox for a Better Web, offering privacy and faster access to great content — Today we are launching a new Test Pilot initiative called Firefox Better Web with Scroll.
- Scroll partners with Firefox to build a better internet
- Scroll - a better internet
- Firefox Better Web with Scroll
- Firefox is launching a new test pilot with Scroll to pay web publishers
- Plasma Bigscreen — Plasma BigScreen is a platform intended to use on smart TVs with big remote-friendly UI controls, and Voice activation. What technology did we use for it? Plasma (of course!) and Mycroft.
- Plasma Bigscreen Homepage
- Google Play’s malicious app problem infects 1.7 million more devices — Apps went undetected by Google and antivirus scanners.
- Google Enlists Outside Help to Clean Up Android’s Malware Mess — The newly formed App Defense Alliance will try to solve a malware problem that has bedeviled the Play Store since inception.
- Chrome and Chrome OS release updates resume — Today we’re sharing an update as we’re now resuming releases with an adjusted schedule
- Microsoft goes into Windows lockdown for builds from May — Microsoft on Tuesday said it has decided to halt Windows preview releases in May due to health concerns arising from the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis.
- Federal court judge grants temporary injunction against Telegram — Judge sides with the SEC and says that Telegram’s upcoming crypto is likely a security. It’s barred from distributing Grams, the currency for its TON blockchain network, until trial.