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The Internet and Climate Change

As we celebrate Earth Day 2024, the world seems to be on fire. Quite literally with some regions battling extreme wildfires, while other regions are drowning under massive flooding. Sea levels are rising, temperatures are climbing, and ice is melting. Amid all of this, it’s worth pausing and thinking about the Internet’s relationship with climate change.


Tails 6.2 Anonymous Linux OS Improves Mitigation of Spectre v4 Vulnerability

Synced with the Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm” repositories and powered by Linux kernel 6.1 LTS, the Tails 6.2 release features the latest Tor Browser 13.0.14 anonymous web browser, the Tor client, improved detection of read and write errors when running Tails from a USB stick, and an updated Tails Upgrader utility to make “Upgrade later” the default option.

Linux Firmware Updater Fwupd 1.9.17 Adds Support for More Asus and Realtek Devices

Coming two weeks after the fwupd 1.9.16 release, fwupd 1.9.17 is here to introduce support for new devices including the Asus DC201 dual 4K USB-C dock and Realtek Gen1 RTS541x HUB controllers.

Audacity 3.5 Released with Cloud Saving, Beat Detection, Pitch Shifting, and More

Highlights of Audacity 3.5 include a new cloud-saving feature that lets you save your Audacity projects to audio.com so you can access it from any device or more easily share it with others, pitch shifting so you can non-destructively change the pitch of a clip, and automatic tempo detection of imported loops.

9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: April 21st, 2024

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Ronetix Expands SoM Series With NXP i.MX93 and Renesas RZ/G2UL Chipsets

Ronetix continues to expand its range of System on Modules (SoMs) with several new products powered by NXP and Renesas processors, addressing a broad spectrum of needs in industrial automation, intelligent energy management, and embedded systems.

RADXA Fogwise AirBox with Dual GbE Ports and NVMe SSD Support

The Arace Tech store recently showcased the Radxa Fogwise AirBox, a compact embedded device that leverages the power of the octa-core SOPHON SG2300x System-on-Chip. This device is noted for its robust Ethernet support, wireless connectivity, and a range of storage expansion options.


RawTherapee 5.10 Introduces Multi-Editor Support

posted by Rianne Schestowitz on Feb 21, 2024,
updated Feb 23, 2024


In digital photography, software tools that help photographers process their images are invaluable. RawTherapee stands out as a powerful, free, open-source application designed for raw photo processing.

At its core, it is dedicated to the non-destructive editing of raw files, providing users with a wide range of adjustments and corrections to improve image quality.

The software is known for its advanced color handling, detailed sharpening, noise reduction capabilities, and support for various camera models and raw formats.

More than a year after the previous 5.9 version, RawTherapee 5.10 is here, introducing many new features and improvements that cater to amateur and professional photographers alike, making it an even more compelling choice for photographers seeking to enhance their workflow.

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