We are four once more!
In this week’s show:
- We discuss the news:
- Yahoo built specialised software to spy on users for the NSA
- Verizon reportedly looking for a $1 billion discount on Yahoo
- Facebook is launching Marketplace to take on eBay and Craigslist
- Amazon has banned reviews posted in exchange for free products
- BitTorrent, Inc has abandoned efforts on its BitTorrent Now streaming service
- A software developer has had their software removed from the App Store and their iTunes account closed
- A man from Cardiff has appeared in court charged with terrorism offences
- The Large Hadron Collider is running out of disk space
- We discuss the community news:
- Migrating from an i386 install to amd64 without reinstalling
- A document by Mir display server developers discussing what Mir version 1 will look like
- archlinux “adapted for WSL” first developer preview
- Skype for Linux Alpha Can Now Make Linux to Linux Video Calls
- A Poll that asks; Will You Upgrade to Ubuntu 16.10 Next Week?
- A Parody within a Parody
- The winners of the Ubuntu 16.10 Free Culture Showcase
- Snap interview with Krita
- Dell XPS 13 laptops with Intel Kaby Lake processors now available
- Plasma 5.8 LTS now in KDE neon
- Unity 8 Desktop Session Arrives in Ubuntu 16.10
- We mention some events:
- We also discussed the Pi Zero, organising the Colorado LoCo Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety-Yak Release Party with System76 but not ZFS.
This weeks cover image is taken from Wikimedia.
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