With Graham and Will firmly on board, we talk about the future of the web and how Google’s AMP will affect it. That’s after a news section that includes a new Qt music player, the end of passwords, and the potential death of Steam Machines.


New hosts

We introduce Graham Morrison and Will Cooke.




Elisa: Finally something to replace faltering Amarok?

System76 joins the Gnome foundation advisory board

WebAuthN to “replace” passwords online?

Steam Machines disappear from Valve’s site but Valve claim that Steam Machines aren’t dead yet




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