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Gnome Next Meeting Applet Shows Your Next Google Calendar Events On The Panel

Gnome Next Meeting Applet is an AppIndicator that shows your next Google Calendar meetings or events in a menu on the panel.
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ClusterFuzzLite: Google Introduces Fuzzing Testing System

Google presented the ClusterFuzzLite project, which allows users to organize fuzzing testing of code for early detection of potential vulnerabilities. Currently, ClusterFuzzLite can be used to automate fuzzing testing of pull requests in GitHub Actions, Google Cloud Build, and Prow, but support for other CI systems is expected in the future. The project is based […]

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Google Removes Restrictions on Students Only from Summer of Code

Google has announced the annual Google Summer of Code 2022 (GSoC) event aimed at encouraging newbies to work on open source projects. The event is being held for the seventeenth time, but it differs from previous programs in the removal of restrictions on non-students. From now on, any adult over 18 can become a GSoC […]

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The Open Source Security Foundation Receives $10 Million in Funding

The Linux Foundation has announced a $10 million commitment to the OpenSSF (Open Source Security Foundation), an effort to improve the security of open source software. Funds will be raised through royalties from parent companies of OpenSSF, including Amazon, Cisco, Dell Technologies, Ericsson, Facebook, Fidelity, GitHub, Google, IBM, Intel, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Oracle, […]

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Google Plans to Use Regular Linux Kernel for Android

Google plans to change the process of preparing the Linux kernel for Android. Currently, before the kernel is ready for use on the target Android device, a number of actions are performed on it.
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How to Install Google Chrome Stable, Beta, or Unstable on Fedora 34 / 35

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Google Chrome on Fedora for stable, beta or unstable.
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More on Google’s Secure Open Source (SOS) Program for Developers

Certainly, open source software plays an integral part in many critical infrastructure and national security systems, with recent data suggests that attacks on open-source software have increased in the last year. To answer the need, Google launched the Secure Open Source (SOS) Rewards pilot program run by the Linux Foundation with initial sponsorship of $1 […]

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Google Allocates $1 Million to Work to Improve Open Source Security

Google recently introduced the Secure Open Source (SOS) initiative, which will provide bonuses for work related to hardening critical open source security. A million dollars have been allocated for the first payments, but if the initiative is recognized as successful, the investment in the project will continue. Learn more about Google’s open source security project […]

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Google publishes HIBA, an OpenSSH Add-On for Certificate-Based Authorization

Google has published the source code for the project HIBA (Host Identity Based Authorization), which proposes the implementation of an additional authorization mechanism for organizing user access via SSH in relation to hosts (checking whether or not access to a particular resource is allowed when authenticating using public keys). Integration with OpenSSH is provided by […]

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The 4 Best Linux Browsers I’ve Used in 2021

Do web browsers make a computer more useful or does a computer make a web browser more useful? In modern-day computing, web browsers have essentially become an all-in-one tool. Google’s Chrome OS is legitimate proof of this statement. We are now able to run word processors, excel sheets, have video meetings, and more, directly from […]

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Happy 30th Birthday, Linux!

Happy birthday, Linux! That’s right, it’s been 30 years since 21-year-old Finnish student Linus Benedict Torvalds made his now-famous announcement on August 25th, 1991 on the comp.os.minix newsgroup, saying that he is working on a free operating system for 386(486) AT clones as a “hobby.” Well, that “hobby” turned into something massive in only 30 […]

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Fix Chromium signing out from Google on Linux Mint 20

Read this explanation to learn how to fix the issue of Chromium logging you out of Google on Linux Mint 20.
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Open Source Security: A Big Problem

Open source security has been a big focus of this week’s Black Hat conference, but no open source security initiative is bolder than the one proffered by the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF). Amid discussions on the security of open source technologies like eBPF and Hadoop, OpenSSF speakers Jennifer Fernick, SVP and head of global […]

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Linux App Support on Chromebooks is Coming Out of Beta

Chromebooks are versatile things as owners of modern devices able to install and run progressive web apps, Android apps, and even desktop Linux ones too. Now we learn (via Android Central) that Google is gearing […]
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