Late Night Linux – Episode 97


Bad news for Mozilla, divided opinion on modular phones, AI takes over aviation, whether Canonical is on the right path, and plenty of great developments in KDE Korner.



Joe will be doing Linux Action News again because Jupiter Broadcasting is independent again

Changing World, Changing Mozilla

Sources: Mozilla extends its Google search deal

If you think Mozilla pushed a broken Firefox Android build, good news: It didn’t. Bad news: It’s working as intended

You can buy Fairphone’s new handset or just its cameras as an upgrade

Last October we talked about FlightGear being used in the AlphaDogfight Trials, well now we’re all doomed as the AI wins 5-0



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We were asked whether Canonical is standing on the shoulders of giants, or building castles on the sand.


KDE Korner

KDE neon Rebased on 20.04 (plus all the 20.08 app updates)

Kdenlive 20.08 is out

Plasma Mobile Update

Linux Spotlight EP56 – Nate Graham of KDE Plasma



Digital Ocean

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