Can Linux do better? Apple is scrambling to build always-on malware protection into the next macOS as its market share grows. A precautionary tale for Linux users.
We're looking at the big picture and, surprisingly, seeing a lot of possibilities.
Mike's ready to make a case for Declarative UI, and Chris pulls back the curtain to reveal a spicy take.
Has Fedora pulled ahead of Ubuntu? We take a look at the new Fedora 36 and Ubuntu 22.04 releases.
We just wrapped up our East Coast meetup and have a bunch of great stories to share. Plus some Nix ups and downs, and more.
Linux is the master of small computers, and this week it’s going to the next level. We chat with the creator of the $15 Linux box and share some significant updates for the Raspberry Pi.
There's just something off about Ubuntu these days, this week we put it all together.
We do our best to predict what will happen in 2022, and own up to what we thought might happen in 2021.
Significant changes at GitHub, Ubuntu starts work on a new desktop tool, why WirePlumber is a big deal, and we bust some Red Hat FUD.
Wimpy stops by with a new tool that will change your virtualization game, and we share our thoughts on Ubuntu 21.10 and take the flavor challenge.
Linux server admins don't know where to turn next; how the cult of personality might be shaping Linux's most important market.
Is Fuchsia a risk to Linux? We try out a cutting-edge Fuchsia desktop and determine if it is a long-term threat to Linux.
Our reaction to the new Freenode developments, and Audacity's latest shock to the community.
Chris struggles with his nature, while Mike shares some sage developer advice that everyone should hear before using a platform like AWS.
Lutris developer Mathieu Comandon joins us to share his perspective on the uncomfortable issues facing Linux desktop developers.
We try out GNOME 40 and its new workspace layout. Who we think this works well for, and who might want to avoid it.
The guys can't help but laugh when they hear the test tests one well-known online giant is testing. You might say they get a bit testy.
Microsoft catches Mike’s eye with WSL 2, Google gets everyone's attention with their new push for Kotlin, and we get a full eGPU report.