Why Linux reigns for privacy; our recommendations for secure tools from chat to DNS.
Microsoft's dirty old API games, the new, even more restrictive rules Apple developers will now have to follow, and why Google's "Web Integrity API" seems gross.
The results from the recent HDR Hackfest, Mozilla's new acquisition, and the concerning crack down on free software encryption.
A fresh take on open-source funding, Fedora’s plan for better encryption out of the box, and our impressions of the latest Ubuntu Beta.
After nearly half a year of woe, Brent is ready to give Linux the go. Join us as we compare and contrast two Linux distros and end up with one going on Brent's machine.
We dig into Shufflecake, a tool that lets Linux users hide data with plausible deniability, then let our live stream SSH into our server and see if they can discover our secret data.
The controversial change for the GNU Toolchain, critical vulnerabilities in popular Matrix clients, and the significant milestone for the Ingenuity LinuxCopter this week.
A Linux jailbreak that's a win for Right to Repair, our favorite things in Android 13, and the major features that just missed the Linux 6.0 window.
Red Hat hints at its future direction, why realtime might finally come to Linux after all these years, and our reaction to Google's ambitious new programing language.
SUSE Enterprise is already switching to the new NVIDIA open kernel driver, a Matrix-powered Walkie-Talkie, and the details on Apple's Rosetta for Linux.
We take a sneak peek at some future tech coming to Linux, and share details on HP's new laptop that runs POP!
New firmware superpowers are coming to a future Linux kernel, why Google is working on encrypted hibernation support, and a sneak peek at SteamOS 3.
The story behind a Microsoft repo shipping in Raspberry Pi OS, Canonical updates a special version of Ubuntu, and a couple of milestones the Linux world hit this week.
The Ubuntu bug you need to patch, PayPal's Bitcoin support goes live, and a breaking change inbound to systemd.
We embrace new tools to upgrade your backup game, securely move files around the network, and debunk the idea that Windows will ever be based on Linux.
We're blown away by the Enlightenment desktop, and its little known features, and we share a quick way for you to try it out yourself.
It was the first of its kind, and the first forced to go virtual. We get the behind the scenes story of WSL Conf from the organizers.
Linus Torvalds says don't use ZFS, but we think he got a few of the facts wrong. Jim Salter joins us to help us explain what Linus got right, and what he got wrong.
CentOS goes rolling and announces version 8. Find out why we're excited to take a dip in this stream.
A new show that is your gateway to self hosting all the things, owning your data and talking about local and cloud hosting that you control.
What’s surprised us, what we got wrong, right, and what the biggest game changers have been in 2019 so far.
Is Resilient Linux truly an indestructible distro? Or is this our toughest distro challenge yet?
We visit Intel to figure out what Clear Linux is all about and explain a few tricks that make it unique.
Great new releases for GNOME and Tor, delays for the Librem 5, and Linus proves to be extremely important.