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Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what’s happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every week, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software.
 
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Connected is a weekly panel discussion on Apple and the impact of technology on our lives. With each co-host having a unique background — and accent — Connected provides a perspective that no other show can. Hosted by Federico Viticci, Stephen Hackett, and Myke Hurley.
 
Material is a weekly discussion about the Google and Android universe. Your intrepid hosts try to answer the question, “What holds up the digital world?” The answer, so far, is that it’s Google all the way down. Hosted by Andy Ihnatko and Florence Ion.
 
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Join Privacy and Open Source advocates, Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman, as they navigate the new digital world, covering topics related to digital privacy, cybersecurity, digital identity, as well as Linux and open source and other current issues.
 
The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Software Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Software Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Patterns and Practices, useful libraries, and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being a Software Developer.
 
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At NAB in Las Vegas, we caught up with Matt Bach, Solutions Research & Development at Puget Systems, about how both Macs and PCs have their places in video production. Puget Systems works the PC side of the street, making custom boxes to meet their customer needs. Matt explains why their solutions are better in some cases, and how the power of Macs…
 
An article suggesting that Apple should top selling AirTags over stalking concerns sparked quite a debate, both on the MacVoices Slack, and with the panel of Jeff Butts, David Ginsburg, Brittany Smith, Jeff Gamet, Warren Sklar, Frank Petrie, and Jim Rea. Find out why the possibility was viewed so differently by the group. (Part 1) MacVoices is supp…
 
Graham plays with a synth, old desktops live on, Generation X11 yells at cloud, Will has been a naughty boy, TV alternatives, and Linux on weird hardware. Discoveries Surge XT synth The Unity desktop is still alive (as is Trinity) 10 hours of a hairdryer noise Star Trek TNG bridge noise Feedback Cloudfree.shop Kolide Endpoint Security for Teams Tha…
 
In this episode Scott and Luke spend time looking at bags and backpacks from Tomtoc. Find out what the brand has to offer in spring 2022 and learn more about specific products. tomtoc Premium H13 For 13" MacBook Pro & Air (Late 2016 to Current) tomtoc Urban Sling Bag with 8-inch Minimalist EDC Design tomtoc G-Sling Bag for Nintendo Switch-OLED Mode…
 
Microsoft's Ability Summit featured several new announcements for Windows 11 along with hardware accessories and resources for game development. Zac and Dan also set expectations for the upcoming Build 2022 conference, they check out the new Lumina AI Webcam, and more. Links Microsoft releases Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22621 to the Beta Chan…
 
NVIDIA is open-sourcing their GPU drivers, but there are a few things you need to know. Plus, we get some exclusive insights into Tailscale from one of its co-founders. Special Guests: Avery Pennarun and Christian F.K. Schaller. Sponsored By: Linode Cloud Hosting: A special offer for all Linux Unplugged Podcast listeners and new Linode customers, v…
 
Google I/O 2022 has come and gone, and we have SOOOO much to discuss. We chime in on all the software and hardware announcements. We end the episode by paying tribute to our friend and co-worker, Babu Mohan, who passed away unexpectedly earlier this year. He will be greatly missed as a member of the Android Central family. Links: Google IO 2022 | A…
 
The App Store didn't launch until a year after the first iPhone, but it has defined the smartphone era. This week, Stephen and David talk about some of their favorite iPhone apps. This episode of Mac Power Users is sponsored by: 1Password: Have you ever forgotten a password? You don't have to worry about that anymore. Sourcegraph: Universal Code Se…
 
Special guest Tripp Mickle joins the show to talk about his new book, After Steve, reporting on the last decade at Apple. Sponsored by: Linode: Instantly deploy and manage an SSD server in the Linode Cloud. New accounts get a $100 credit. Memberful: Monetize your passion with membership. Start your free trial today. Kolide: Endpoint Security for te…
 
This week, Luke, Karen, Steven, and special guest Rene Ritchie discuss the legacy of the iPod. **Links:** - [Shock iPhone 15 leak claims 2023 could see USB-C coming to iPhone | iMore](https://www.imore.com/shock-iphone-15-leak-claims-2023-could-see-usb-c-coming-iphone) - [After 20 years, the Apple iPod is no more | iMore](https://www.imore.com/afte…
 
So, is this the world’s longest segue? Having Karl Madden from the Mac and Forth show on last week was fun, but it did break up our discussion about Apple devices. Somehow I think we’ll live through the experience, but we say that optimistically every time Karl is on the show. However we only have to wrong once for tragedy to strike.…
 
On this episode of This Week in Linux: Fedora Linux 36, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 (RHEL), NVIDIA’s Open-Source GPU Kernel Modules, KDE Connect Released for iOS, NetworkManager 1.38, Google’s Flutter 3 Adds Linux & macOS Support, AlmaLinux 8.6, Modren App Store, Fedora Media Writer 5.0, Open Source JobHub Website. All that and much more […]…
 
Donate to Ukraine Please donate to the Red Cross to help people stricken by the war in Ukraine. Discussion A chat with Adam Pigg 💬 InfiniTime ⌚️ Amazfish 👩‍💻 Pine64 🌲 PineTime Pinecil E Ink PineNote PineSound and PineBuds Drew DeVault's take on what Pine64's priorities should be 🪛 Adam's porting Sailfish OS to the PinePhone and PinePhone Pro F(x)te…
 
There are plenty of options when it comes to wireless service providers in the United States. Known as Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs), many of these carriers offer excellent solutions and packages, often at a lower price point than the big players. Here, Scott and Luke talk about one in particular, Tello. For better or worse, these are se…
 
1:30 The News 20:32 Security and Privacy Update 31:45 Bi-Weekly Wanderings 56:04 Announcements & Outro First up in the news: Linux crosses the C; We look into Steam; Flatpak improves; Gnome gets more customizable. In security and privacy: Bvp47 found after 10 years. Then in our Wanderings: Moss is shaking in his boots and singing about it; Joe fixe…
 
1:30 The News 20:32 Security and Privacy Update 31:45 Bi-Weekly Wanderings 56:04 Announcements & Outro First up in the news: Linux crosses the C; We look into Steam; Flatpak improves; Gnome gets more customizable. In security and privacy: Bvp47 found after 10 years. Then in our Wanderings: Moss is shaking in his boots and singing about it; Joe fixe…
 
1:30 The News 20:32 Security and Privacy Update 31:45 Bi-Weekly Wanderings 56:04 Announcements & Outro First up in the news: Linux crosses the C; We look into Steam; Flatpak improves; Gnome gets more customizable. In security and privacy: Bvp47 found after 10 years. Then in our Wanderings: Moss is shaking in his boots and singing about it; Joe fixe…
 
1:30 The News 20:32 Security and Privacy Update 31:45 Bi-Weekly Wanderings 56:04 Announcements & Outro First up in the news: Linux crosses the C; We look into Steam; Flatpak improves; Gnome gets more customizable. In security and privacy: Bvp47 found after 10 years. Then in our Wanderings: Moss is shaking in his boots and singing about it; Joe fixe…
 
Tyler and Matt discuss distros and the number of them. Also Nvidia going FOSS, and The YEAR OF THE LINUX EFFING DESKTOP! Video version - https://youtu.be/btHNlYo3AFI ===== Thanks to Our Patrons! ==== Tier 7 - Tux Level - Patrons Robert M. Tier 5 Patrons Syd A. Tier 4 Patrons Devon, Patrick, Fred, Kramer K. Tier 3 Patrons Maeglin, Jackson Knife and …
 
In the May, 2022 Update, Chuck talks about wrapping up the MacVoices coverage of NAB, covers what to expect in the immediate future from the past MacVoices Live! shows, and hints at a new component of MacVoices. Also included are some notes on the MacVoices Blog and of course, the month’s Support Report. Show Notes: Support: Become a MacVoices Patr…
 
At NAB in Las Vegas, we wrap up our coverage with a visit to the DeepBrain AI booth. Joe Murphy, Business Development Manager, talks about how their technology works, who is using it, and how it is much different than deep fakes. You may be seeing some of it on your television newscasts, especially if you are watching Korean TV. Joe explains the pr…
 
Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk to Kyle Rankin and Holmes Wilson about Quiet, a Tor-based peer-to-peer messaging project. Site/Blog/Newsletter FaceBook Twitter YouTube Mastodon Special Guest: Kyle Rankin. Support Reality 2.0 Links: GitHub - ZbayApp/monorepo — An early prototype for a peer-to-peer alternative to Slack and Discord.…
 
Google Pixel Watch is Official! Google Teases the Pixel Tablet for 2023 100 things we announced at I/O Make connections that Matter in Google Home Pixel 6a: More of what you want for less than you expect Get more done across devices with Android What’s beta than Android 13? How we make every day safer with Google Search… Read More » Source…
 
Well, what else is there to talk about this week? It's Google's annual developer conference, and we're running through all the significant bits of news. Andy and Flo have plenty to say about everything, from the Pixel 6a to the Pixel tablet. Plus, what's new in your Google software. Links and Show Notes: Every Google Pixel Device Revealed at Google…
 
At NAB in Las Vegas, axledit delivers a “pure” cloud video editing platform. CEO and CoFounder Sam Bogoch explains how they are different from other cloud editing platforms because they don’t require you to upload your video clips; only the editing is done in the Cloud. Sam talks about how you render, when you can upload, and how it can integrate w…
 
From NAB in Las Vegas, Reggie Mitchell, Inside Sales Representative for Speechmatics, delivers an impressive demo of their speech recognition software. Using a proprietary engine, Speechmatics puts your words on screen fast, and then double checks for accuracy a few seconds later. Watch as Reggie’s entire presentation is transcribed as we talk. Thi…
 
Follow-up: A little more on Bartosz Ciechanowski’s explainers Mechanical Watch Explainer GPS Naval Architecture Patreon Apple’s New Developer Center More from Parker Ortolani John’s multi-factor authentication college account update An aside about password managers Protobuf John’s Microsoft Precision Mouse Casey’s Ethernet Project Cat 6A cable type…
 
1:16 Linux Innards 55:53 Check This Out 59:52 Announcements In our Innards section we talk about Raspberry Pis and other single-board computers. Twitter. Discord. Telegram. Matrix. Reddit. Youtube. The Linux Innards Joe: I have a project that I found to be very interesting even though I don’t think that it was very difficult: to use USBIP on the pi…
 
1:16 Linux Innards 55:53 Check This Out 59:52 Announcements In our Innards section we talk about Raspberry Pis and other single-board computers. Twitter. Discord. Telegram. Matrix. Reddit. Youtube. The Linux Innards Joe: I have a project that I found to be very interesting even though I don’t think that it was very difficult: to use USBIP on the pi…
 
1:16 Linux Innards 55:53 Check This Out 59:52 Announcements In our Innards section we talk about Raspberry Pis and other single-board computers. Twitter. Discord. Telegram. Matrix. Reddit. Youtube. The Linux Innards Joe: I have a project that I found to be very interesting even though I don’t think that it was very difficult: to use USBIP on the pi…
 
1:16 Linux Innards 55:53 Check This Out 59:52 Announcements In our Innards section we talk about Raspberry Pis and other single-board computers. Twitter. Discord. Telegram. Matrix. Reddit. Youtube. The Linux Innards Joe: I have a project that I found to be very interesting even though I don’t think that it was very difficult: to use USBIP on the pi…
 
FIDO, Microsoft Build 2022, Power Pages Microsoft starts testing 'Suggested Actions' in new Windows 11 test build Microsoft Issues New Windows Insider Preview Build to Dev and Beta Apple, Google, and Microsoft to Work Together on Passwordless Logins Microsoft Releases Physical Copies of Windows 11 Windows 11 is Getting a "New" Sound Recorder App Mi…
 
If you meet the Moltz on the road, please do not kill him. So long, iPod touch as the sun sets on the iPod line. Elon Musk says he'll bring Trump back to Twitter. Were you aware that Moltz sells a variety of shirts on Cotton Bureau? Want more Lex? Your Daily Lex has you covered. Apple's director of machine learning has resigned, ostensibly over the…
 
NVIDIA has announced its plans for an open-source GPU driver. Christian Schaller, the Director for Desktop, Graphics, Infotainment and more at Red Hat, gives us the inside scoop on this historic announcement. Special Guest: Christian F.K. Schaller. Sponsored By: Linode: Sign up using the link on this page and receive a $100 60-day credit towards yo…
 
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