Ubuntu Pro is a click away, and their kernel goes rolling on AWS. We process the range of announcements, while Mozilla cranks up the security and impresses us with DeepSpeech.
Plus why Ubuntu is taking the Windows Subsystem for Linux so seriously.
- Canonical announces Ubuntu Pro for Amazon Web Services — New premium Ubuntu images with extended security, kernel live patching and more
- Introducing the Ubuntu AWS Rolling Kernel
- Canonical Announces "Ubuntu Pro" For AWS
- Canonical makes Ubuntu for Windows SubSystem for Linux a priority
- Amazon Announces Graviton2 SoC Along With New 64-Core Arm Instances — The new Graviton2 SoC is a custom design by Amazon’s own in-house silicon design teams and is a successor to the first-generation Graviton chip. The new chip quadruples the core count from 16 cores to 64.
- Graviton pulse - Memory Alpha
- AWS Goes All In On Arm-Based Graviton2 Processors
- Firefox 71 Released — Native MP3 decoding on Windows, Linux, and macOS
- Firefox 71 Linux Performance Isn't Looking All That Great
- Firefox Private Network Beta
- Firefox VPN Sign Up
- Mozilla launches the next phase of its Firefox Private Network VPN beta
- Avast Online Security and Avast Secure Browser are spying on you
- Mozilla updates DeepSpeech with an English language model that runs 'faster than real time'