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00:52 Sponsor: 100$ free credit for your own Linux or Gaming Server
01:46 The EU implements new regulations against giant tech companies
03:51 System76 unveils the new Oryx Pro laptop
05:08 GNOME Health report: it’s all good!
06:15 GNOME updates a few core apps and libraries
07:23 KDE developers keep improving the desktop
08:38 Firefox 103 brings some welcome improvements
09:34 Intel engineers boost Ray Tracing performance by a 100
10:34 PopOS 22.04 now runs on a few Raspberry Pis
11:33 Fedora moves away from certain Creative Commons licenses
12:41Verified titles on Deck are falling, new SteamOS theme, Halo Infinite on Linux…
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Last week, the EU adopted a new text, called the digital markets act, and this ensemble of regulations will have huge impacts on the major giant tech companies
The EU takes aim at big tech: https://thenextweb.com/news/eu-digital-market-act-will-obliterate-big-tech-monopoly
System76 announced their new Oryx Pro laptop, 10 months after the last refresh.
There’s another look at the health of the GNOME project
As GUADEC, the annual GNOME conference takes place in Mexico, there are still some new developments and releases for the GNOME apps and libraries.
KDE developers shared more of their progress on all their projects, plus the KDE Eco project continues
This week in KDE: Tons of UI improvements and bugfixes
Firefox 103 was released, with a few interesting improvements.
Intel improves ray tracing performance on Linux with ARC GPUs by a factor x100
If you use PopOS, and you also love your little raspberry pi 4, you’ll be pretty happy to know that PopOS 22.04 is now available for the small computer
Fedora is going to restrict a certain creative commons license, namely the No Rights Reserved License, also called CC0.
Fewer gaming related stuff this week! The Steam Deck seems to have less and less new Verified titles, and more and more Playable titles added to its roster.
THere’s also a new update to Gamemode, the tool developed by Feral.
Halo Infinite Multiplayer is also now playable on Linux and the Steam Deck.
SteamOS beta also has some cool updates.