Switching from Python 2 to Python 3: What you need to know

Python 2 will reach its end of life in mere weeks. Here’s what to know before you migrate to Python 3. Python 2.7 will officially become unsupported beginning January 1, 2020. There is one final bugfix planned after this date, but then…

Huawei Beats Google—Offers $220,000 For ‘Zero-Click’ Android Phone Hacks

Huawei has fended off questions about secret backdoors in its smartphone and networking technology for years. Now it’s going to reward hackers for finding them in its Android-based mobile phones and in the process is outdoing Google. In a bug bounty launch…

Android flaw allowed attackers to spy on users through phone camera

Thanks to a security flaw, Android apps had the ability to take photos and record conversations without users knowing it.  According to a bombshell report released Tuesday by cybersecurity firm Checkmarx, a major Android flaw gave attackers shockingly broad permissions to a…

Canonical Partners with Nvidia to Certify Ubuntu 18.04 LTS on NVIDIA DGX-2 AI Search

Canonical announced today a partnership with Nvidia to certify its Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) operating system on the NVIDIA DGX-2 AI systems in an atempt to accelerate the adoption of AI and ML in multi-cloud environments and at the…

How To Create Your Own Internet Radio Station Using Icecast And Mixxx Running On Ubuntu/Debian Or Fedora

This article explains how to create your own Internet radio station. To achieve this we’ll use Icecast and Mixxx open source programs running on Fedora or Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Pop!_OS and other Debian/Ubuntu-based Linux distributions. Icecast (Icecast 2) is…

Chrome OS 78 Rolls Out to Chromebooks with Improved Linux Support, Virtual Desks Search…

By Marius Nestor The wait is over, Google’s latest Chrome OS 78 Linux-based operating system is now rolling out to supported Chromebook devices with a ton of new features and enhancements. Google has released today the Chrome OS 78 operating system…

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Former Mayor of Munich Explains How Microsoft Hates Linux

By Dr. Roy Schestowitz Summary: Christian Ude (above) speaks in a new interview about what Microsoft did in Munich and elsewhere in Europe in order to undermine GNU/Linux and impose Microsoft Windows on everybody, together with all the spyware Microsoft…

Building an open ML platform with Red Hat OpenShift and Open Data Hub Project

By TUSHAR KATARKI While the potential for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is abound, organizations face challenges scaling AI. The major challenges are:  Sharing and Collaboration: Unable to easily share and collaborate, iteratively and rapidly  Data access: Access to data…