Intel has disappointed the kernel community with its latest security disclosures but there’s still hope for a better future. That’s more than can be said for the state of privacy on Android, so we discuss some alternatives.
Plus the latest community updates, a new timeline for the Librem 5, tempting new Chromebooks, and some top picks.
- Airplane Mode: A box designed to seduce you into digital disconnection
- LMDE 3 “Cindy” Cinnamon released!
- GNOME Tweaks 3.30
- Purism Pushes Back The Librem 5
- Progress update from the Librem 5 hardware department
- ZeroPhone: $50 open source smartphone
- Google won’t patch flaw in old versions of Android
- Android collecting 10 times more data than iOS, claims study
- $600 Chromebooks are a dangerous development for Microsoft
- Linux Kernel Developer Criticizes Intel's Meltdown Disclosure
- Linus Torvalds talks frankly about Intel security bugs | ZDNet
- Linux 4.19 lets you declare your trust in AMD, IBM and Intel
- Proven: An alternative to Twitter's verified accounts powered by Keybase
- rat: Compose shell commands to build interactive terminal applications
- tcpdump101.com: Build packet capture syntax online