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In this week’s show:
- We discuss the news
- Microsoft has won a major privacy victory against the US gov for data held overseas
- Microsoft ordered to fix ‘excessively intrusive, insecure’ Windows 10
- The source code of the Apollo 11 guidance system that took the US to the moon in 1969 has been uploaded to GitHub
- US telecoms giant Verizon is acquiring Yahoo! for $4.8bn
- The EU-funded FOSSA project will audit the security of KeePass and Apache HTTP Server
- Japanese technology company Softbank has made an offer to buy ARM
- We discuss the community news:
- Improved Unity Desktop performance in low graphics mode coming
- Ubuntu forums were hacked
- Ubuntu Fairphone 2 port is coming along nicely
- Unity Desktop can run on Windows 10 – kinda
- Mozilla Thunderbird 45 has finally made it to the main Ubuntu Linux repositories
- Skype announced a brand new Linux client, which is now in alpha
- Alternative to Skype, Ring, is free software for universal communication which respects freedoms and privacy of its users
- Chinese consortium buys Opera browser for $600m
- Watch Netflix in Vivaldi web browser
- We mention some events:
- We discuss going to Snappy Sprint in Germany and visiting nuclear power stations and the like around the South East of the UK.
This week’s cover image is of Margaret Hamilton.
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