Ubuntu to make Amazon search opt-in, the open graphics driver for the Raspberry Pi is done, Red Hat makes more money, Microsoft signs a patent cross-licensing agreement with Dell and Karen Sandler steps down as GNOME Foundation Executive Director
We interview the makers of Habit RPG, the Typo3 community gets upset with Fab, Operation Windigo, the Replicant developers find a "backdoor", Full Disclosure shuts down, Tim Berners-Lee “never expected all these cats“, GOG.com promises Linux support, Microsoft rumoured to acquire Xamarin and Shuttleworth ...
The Gooseberry Project, the Retro Encabulator, the real Satoshi Nakamoto, Valve open sources a Direct3D-to-OpenGL converter, Cryengine to get Linux support, an Android app tip and Fab pisses himself with laughter
All the 'buntu betas for 14.04 LTS are out except for the actual Ubuntu, Portal 2 beta for Linux, GitHub releases a text editor and its not open source, Mt.Gox is bankrupt, German email providers declare adblockers are malware, Munich to switch to MyKolab and open source graphics might be coming to the ...
Ubuntu switches to systemd, Mozilla now putting ads in Firefox, LiMux now an election topic in Munich, Plan 9 now GPLed, more Fritzbox hack news, John McAfee is back and a new friendship between GCC and LLVM?
The legality of porn streaming in Germany, Linux Voice gets funded, CyanogenMod now with TextSecure, Android 4.4.2, Dogecoin, Valve joins the Linux Foundation and Microsoft's FAT patent once gain gets killed in Germany
Mobile Pwn2Own, vBulletin.com hack, openSUSE 13.1, Mint 16 RC, the Mint update controversy, Nftables now in the kernel, the first Tizen device, why we don't have an Opus feed, DuckDuckGo and HTML5 watermarks (again)
Fedora turns 10, Canonical tries to censor a website, Super Meat Boy on Linux, GIMP leaves Sourceforge, some changes to our website, Fab wrote a big story in c't about Bitcoin, Weltnetzsuchantrieb, an OpenSSH security issue and Silk Road is back
The 5th of November, Pi Streamer, BadBIOS, Dark Mail, NIST backpaddles, OpenBSD 5.4, Metro: Last Light on Linux, Xfce to become standard for Debian Jessie, manifesto for ubiquitous encryption on the XMPP network and John McEnroe
Dan's OggCamp 13 recap, Fab has his first big article published in print, Ubuntu 13.10 is released, Mark Shuttleworth picks another fight, Oracle recommends the DoD shouldn’t use open source, CyanogenMod Pro, the TrueCrypt audit and we learn who Kibo is
Android encryption problems, Xserver bug fixed after 20 years, the FBI shuts down The Silk Road, Cinnamon 2.0, SteamOS, Steam Machines, Mozilla and Google retire NPAPI and Puppy Linux founder Barry Kauler resigns