We cover Microsoft’s Windows 10 plans & the big features they are promising, why the jump in version numbers & more.
Plus the Hackers charged with stealing over $100m in US army and Xbox technology & the surprising ways consumers stream video to their TVs.
Today’s show is full of robust discussion as your hosts discuss the recent criticism over our coverage of Ubuntu 14.10, the general reaction to Shellshock & the Netflixification of Photoshop on Chromebooks.
Plus picking the best distro for getting a job, a little more XFCE chat & much more!
Google is requiring developers to submit their physical address, and the Apple community has outed the manager behind the botched iOS 8.0.1 update. Are we seeing a dangerous threat or just a frantic response?
Plus some great questions, when to lawyer up & much more!
The FBI is making a big stink about Apple & Google turning on encryption by default without the keys.
Eric Schmidt says the battle between Google & Apple is defining the industry, Ubuntu Touch goes RTM & more!
In this week’s show:
- We have interviews conducted by Mark Johnson with Jisc, UniSaver and Open Access Button
We also discuss:
- Construct 2 HTML5 Game Creator
- Being taught Instagram at a funeral
- We share some Command Line Lurve which starts a simple webserver, from Waldemar Kabała:
python -m SimpleHTTPServer [port]
python -m http.server [port]
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The Shellshock bug is taking the internet by storm, Fedora project lead Matthew Miller joins us to discuss how this Bash bug works, how big of a problem it really is, and how large projects are responding to the issue. Plus we chat a little Fedora.next and more!
Then it’s our look at what’s great in Gnome 3.14, Ubuntu 14.10 & another systemd alternative that’s doing it right.