Linux Inspiring MORE Windows Features
This week in the Linux News, a shim vulnerability impacts most Linux distros with an RCE, Ubuntu core delayed, and another app is lost to Snap in Ubuntu. Also, Windows is borrowing more features from Linux.

Gemini AI Saves Your Private Data
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, Google's New AI collects and stores data for years, more passkey propaganda is spreading without the warnings, and AI wages nuclear war. Also, Windows 11 will drop popular apps for despised ones, and we visit SillyVille.

Budgie Going Wayland Only?
This week in Linux News, a new supply chain error leaves Linux vulnerable, Raspberry Pi seeks an IPO, and Zorin releases an upgrade path. Also, LibreOffice has new updates and budgie desktop eyes to go Wayland only.

Redesigning the Fear Away
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, WorldID wants to be less creepy, MOAB includes new breached data. Also, Brave opens its new advertising platform and we visit SillySille.

Optimus Biden
This week in Banned News, Elmo calls for a mental health check on Twitter, a city bans digital discrimination, and all that COVID movement data leaked. Also, Elon made a digital Pres.

Wubuntu: Microsoft Lawsuit Fodder?
This week in Linux News, Linux Mint Edge is released, Firefox 122 released with several changes, and Ubuntu users are getting frustrated with pro packages they cant install. Also, a new Ubuntu theme seeks to theme Linux like Windows.

End of Police RING Access?
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, Ring ends police requests...or does it? Also, EU is battling encryption, and video game companies fight over subscription models. We also visit SillyVille.

Snap, NOT Steam, Is Breaking Your Games
This week in Linux News, Gnome 46 is in alpha testing and Wine has experimental Wayland support. Also, SUSE Leap goes Immutable and Snap is breaking Steam.

Car Data Stalking
This week, FCC wants to curb Car Stalking, 71M records added to Pwned, AI can be used for the Military now. Also, a school bans cell phones and enriches their lives. We also visit SillyVille.

Bank Card Betrayal
This week in Banned News, we have more details on the secret California city, EVs fail in the cold weather, and Microsoft wants to tranny your children. Also, the fed creates a list of extremists based on your shopping habits.

The Linux Snap Expansion

The Linux Snap Expansion
This week in the Linux News, the 6.7 kernel has been released, Qubes has an officially certified pre-install, and Pipewire cameras are coming to OBS. Also, Ubuntu rehires some devs to expand snap off Ubuntu.

Google Wants Minor Picts
This week in the Weekly News Roundup, we look at privacy news including a contractor asking parents for pictures, SoCal gets what it deserves for wage hike, and HP is in trouble again. We also visit SillyVille.

Voting Vans
This week in Banned News, whiners got after Substack, iPads turn up missing, and voter fraud has been a van!