Fedora 30 Beta Released, Chef Releasing All of Its Software as Open Source, elementary Adopting Flatpak for AppCenter, Unreal Engine 4.22 Now Available and VMware Lawsuit Dropped

News briefs for April 3, 2019. Fedora 30 Beta was released yesterday. Highlights include new desktop environment choices, DNF performance improvements, GNOME 3.32 and updated versions of many packages, such as Golang, Bash, Python and more. For more details, see the Fedora 30 Change set. Chef has announced it is …

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Still the best affordable Android phones money can buy

The Moto G series has been Motorola’s bread and butter since its inception back in 2013. At one point, the original Moto G became Motorola’s most popular smartphone. Through each iteration, they’ve continued to have great success by offering reasonable specifications, performance, and features while maintaining an affordable price. The …

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12 things you need to know in tech today

Here’s your quick, fun, sometimes serious, and always interesting daily tech digest, by way of the DGiT Daily newsletter, for Wednesday, April 3, 2019! 1. The YouTube fiasco YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki YouTube Bloomberg published a damning investigation into YouTube, Google’s $16 billion a year business, titled: “YouTube Executives Ignored Warnings, …

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O-RAN Alliance, Linux Foundation team on software

The O-RAN Alliance and the Linux Foundation forged a new open-source software community they argued is essential to accelerate delivery of commercial 5G network infrastructure. In a joint statement, the groups said the O-RAN SC initiative “fosters collaboration with adjacent open source networking communities” and will deliver software aligned with …

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