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Mozilla Firefox 125 Is Now Available for Download, This Is What’s New

Highlights of Firefox 125 include a new URL Paste Suggestion feature that allows users to quickly access URLs copied to the system clipboard without the extra step of pasting them onto the address bar. Firefox will automatically detect that a URL is copied on the clipboard and offer to open it when focusing on the address bar.

9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: April 14th, 2024

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Arch Linux Installer Archinstall 2.8 Increases ESP Size to 1 GiB, Fixes More Bugs

Archinstall 2.8 is here to increase the default size of the ESP system partition to 1 GiB so that users no longer run out of space, update the link on how to resize the booted ISO root partition, update microcode handling, set the keyboard layout for the minimal installation, and add udev sync before lsblk that follows formatting.


Radxa Teases Upcoming AICore SG2300x Module with Octa-core SOPHON SG2300x SoC

Radxa has recently previewed a new compact embedded module, the AICore SG2300x, built around the SOPHON SG2300x System-on-Chip. This module promises significant computational power for AI applications, featuring dual PHYs and a high-performance Tensor Processing Unit.

HealthyPi Move: An Upcoming Open-Source Smartwatch Powered by Nordic nRF5340 SoC

CrowdSupply recently showcased the HealthyPi Move, a biometric monitor designed in a convenient wristwatch form factor. Equipped with Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF5340 SoC and multiple advanced sensors, this portable device is advertised for both personal health tracking and data logging for research applications.

LattePanda Mu: A Micro x86 Compute Module with Intel N100 CPU

The LattePanda team has launched the LattePanda Mu, a new micro x86 compute module that features an Intel N100 CPU and supports both Windows and Linux operating systems. This module is designed for versatility and is particularly well-suited for applications in IoT, robotics, digital signage, and edge computing.


Today in Techrights

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Apr 03, 2024

A collection of classic Pelican psychology paperbacks on a white background

Updated This Past Day

  1. The US Taxpayers Bail Out Intel (Like They Do Microsoft), Already Deep in Debt and Risking a Bankruptcy
    When your business model heavily depends on selling PCs with Microsoft Windows...
  2. Beware the Microsoft Spin in Microsoft- and Bill Gates-Funded 'Media' (the Real News is More Layoffs at Microsoft, Revealed This Month and Definitely Not a Prank)
    Microsoft Teams layoffs


  3. Richard Stallman Was Right and What Happened in XZ Wasn't a "Linux" or Free Software Problem, It Was Social Engineering (This Happens in Proprietary Software Too and, in This Case, It Was Enabled by Microsoft's Proprietary Social Control Media Disguised as 'Codeforge')
    The truth isn't convenient to snakeoil vendors and charlatans who speak of "secure" boot while using proprietary GitHub (controlled by NSA)
  4. GNU/Linux is Bigger Than Mozilla Firefox
    it's a decent start for GNU/Linux
  5. Links 02/04/2024: Microsoft Layoffs Again
    Links for the day
  6. Gemini Links 02/04/2024: Privacy on Gemini, FreeBSD, and Some GNU/Linux
    Links for the day
  7. CNIL bosses approved Amandine Cryptie Jambert FSFE engagement
    Reprinted with permission from the Free Software Fellowship
  8. Amandine Jambert (cryptie), CNIL, FSFE Financial data breach
    Reprinted with permission from the Free Software Fellowship
  9. Not April 1 (or Easter) Anymore: April 2024 Has Started With Reports of Microsoft Layoffs; Every Month This Year Represents Microsoft Layoffs
    Microsoft Layoffs Again
  10. Microsoft's Windows Vista 11 Continues Its Demise, in Many Countries Like Maharlika (Philippines) GNU/Linux Surges
    Linux's growth has been notable
  11. New Rumour: More Red Hat Layoffs on the Way
    Yesterday was the last day or Red Hat's former CEO
  12. The Microsoft NDAs Keep Microsoft Employees (and Former Employees) From Talking About Embarrassing (to Microsoft) Facts and Information About Crimes
    what Microsoft does with "non-disparagement" clauses
  13. Google and Microsoft Have Destroyed the Open Web (Chrome-ism Still Growing)
    The more Chrome grows or the more dominant Chromium-based browsers become, the worse off the Web will be
  14. Links 02/04/2024: Microsoft Throws Indies Under the Bus
    Links for the day
  15. Unified Patent Court has an EU treaty legality problem, said ex-CJEU judge Melchior Wathelet
    Reprinted with permission from FFII's Benjamin HENRION
  16. Links 02/04/2024: Attacks on Pensions and Sega Layoffs
    Links for the day
  17. Over at Tux Machines...
    GNU/Linux news for the past day
  18. IRC Proceedings: Monday, April 01, 2024
    IRC logs for Monday, April 01, 2024
  19. Gemini Links 02/04/2024: Fate of Free Software, Gemtext Experimental Update
    Links for the day

    The corresponding text-only bulletin for Tuesday contains all the text.

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