Full Circle Magazine # Around the Web

The independent magazine for the Ubuntu Linux community.

Full Circle is a free, independent, monthly PDF magazine dedicated to the Ubuntu family of Linux operating systems. Each month, it contains helpful how-to articles and reader submitted stories. There is also the Full Circle Weekly News.

  • A short weekly podcast giving just the news, no chit-chat, no banter, just FOSS/Ubuntu/Linux news.
Tails 3.11 fixes security holes and offers small improvements

With the Tails distribution, users can surf the Internet securely and anonymously via the Tor network without cumbersome configuration. Above all, the new version 3.11 updates (...)

17 December
Chrome OS 71 rolling out w/ ‘Better Together’ Android integration, Linux updates, more

Following a Google Material Theme update in September and a complete launcher redesign aimed at tablets and other touchscreen devices, Chrome OS 71 is rolling out. A big focus (...)

17 December
Opera brings a flurry of crypto features to its Android mobile browser

Crypto markets may be down, down, down, but that isn’t stopping Opera’s crypto features — first released in beta in July — from rolling out to all users of its core mobile browser (...)

14 December
FreeBSD 12.0 released

After releasing the first beta version of FreeBSD 12.0, several more beta versions and release candidates were created in quick succession. As always, developers have the rule (...)

14 December
Mozilla Firefox 64 Is Now Available for All Supported Ubuntu Linux Releases

Mozilla Firefox 64.0 continues the “Quantum” series with new features and improvements, including better recommendations for US users by showing suggestions about new and (...)

13 December
Pantheon Desktop Makes Linux Elementary

Elementary OS is an easy-to-use operating system that offers a fresh approach to running Linux. Developers of U.S.-based Elementary OS recently released the community’s annual (...)

13 December
Canonical makes Kubernetes moves

When last I spoke to Mark Shuttleworth, Canonical’s founder, in Berlin, he told me that — when it comes to Kubernetes — enterprise “Kubernetes runs on Ubuntu.” Kubernetes, the (...)

12 December
Google+ to close down earlier than planned after another data leak is discovered

We already knew that Google+ is closing down, but following the discovery of a second data leak, Google has announced that it is bringing the closure forward. The company has (...)

12 December
22 Fraudulent Apps With 2 Million Downloads Deleted From Play Store

According to a report by Sophos Labs, around 22 click fraud apps were deleted from the Google Play Store last month. With over 2 million downloads, the malicious apps (...)

11 December
Free Software Foundation Received 1 Million USD from Handshake

The Free Software Foundation just received a series of earmarked charitable donations from Handshake. The donations amount to a total of $1 million USD. The FSF has already (...)

11 December

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