Intel is taking some of their firmware, and making it a mandatory binary blob. But it’s probably not what you’re fearing.
I explain why forking TrueCrypt is a good idea, and shouldn’t be feared because of its oddball license… or its abandonment by the original authors.
I outline four things I’d like to see in GPLv4.
An open letter to Adobe on the state of Pepper Flash on Linux (and Android).
I take apart the good, bad, and ugly of when you use software to heal hardware.
A user workflow bug that results in users losing Incognito windows on Mac and Windows when running an in-place fix. While this is by design, there should be warnings when users update in-app that Incognito windows will be lost during the dynamic update process.
A few weeks ago, I called for Ubuntu to have a new package system. Either I’m Miss Cleo, or someone was listening. So, what’s next?
Updating Linux still is problematic. That’s a problem if “traditional” Linux is going to break out from the desktop.