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Streaming with Linux: Amazon Music Unlimited

This is a new series that surveys popular streaming services from a Linux perspective. To start the series, I’m looking at Amazon Music Unlimited. This is a music subscription service with a catalogue of around 90 million songs. The service offers a wide-ranging song catalogue and bundles in lossless and hi-res tracks in the standard […]

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Watch Netflix on Linux with Chrome/Firefox

Netflix is a popular video streaming platform, hosting more than 3,600+ movies and 1,800 TV shows. Learn how to watch Netflix on Linux with Chrome/Firefox here.
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‘Cider’ is an Open Source Apple Music Client for Linux Desktops

If you’re an Apple Music subscriber wanting to use the service on Linux, you have to check out Cider. Cider (inspired name, eh?) is an “open-source, community-oriented Apple Music client” for Windows, macOS (not that they need it), an…

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Tidal-hifi is the Best App for Streaming Tidal Music on Linux

Listen to TIDAL on your Linux desktop thanks to this Electron-based desktop TIDAL client that integrates the official web player into the desktop.
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Plex Desktop App Debuts on Linux as a Snap

Plex fans may be interested to hear that an official Plex Desktop app for Linux is now available to install from the Snap Store. Alongside the debut of its Linux desktop app (more on that in a second) is a ‘buttery smooth’ TV mode in Plex H…

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Apache Kafka Gains Adoption as Streaming Data Grows

High-profile tech companies like LinkedIn, Netflix, Uber, and others proved the business case for combining Kafka, streaming data, data pipelines, and business analytics. In 2015, using Kafka event-streaming was still a new approach to computing that made it easier to “ingest” large volumes of data from data lakes. That allowed customers to blend enterprise applications with the cloud’s […]

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