eWEEK: Speaking at the Dell Experience during the South by SouthWest event, RSA CTO Zulfikar Ramzan explains where artificial intelligence works and where it fails.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Google donates code to help seed new Open Networking Foundation project, already backed by 23 vendors.
Tails 3.6 is here with up-to-date components like Electrum 3.0.6 and Mozilla Thunderbird 52.6.0, as well as new features and improvements.
Packed with dozens of performance enhancements, the Firefox 59 web browser introduces faster page load times by loading the cache stored on the user's computer
ostechnix: The "Type" Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners.
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Linux.com: Linux "app stores" like KDE Discover (shown here) make installing software packages a breeze.
InfoWorld: LLVM 6 introduces Spectre exploit mitigations, improves Windows and Intel CPU support, and embraces WebAssembly as a compilation target
Linux Journal: The amount of geekery and hackage required to bring companies into compliance with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (aka GDPR) must be huge.
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Phoronix: The Rust Core Team is committing to delivering Rust 2018 this year, their first major edition since Rust 1.0.
TechDriveIn: Amazon wants its Alexa Voice Assistant Compatible with Automotive Grade Linux.
softpedia: If you own a Chromebook with a touch screen, you'll be happy to learn that Google's engineers are working on an all-new power menu
Debian GNU/Linux 9.4 "Stretch" comes three months after the 9.3 point release and brings more than 70 security fixes