LUP 359: Death of the Mac¶
- Air Date: 2020-06-23
- Duration: 47 mins 7 secs
About this episode¶
Why we think Apple just handed market share to Desktop Linux, and why you can kiss running Linux on the Mac goodbye forever.
- Generating cooking recipes using TensorFlow and a LSTM Recurrent Neural Network
- ARM-based Japanese supercomputer is now the fastest in the world
- Ampere donates Arm64 server hardware to Debian to fortify the Arm ecosystem
- Google’s Bringing Its Apple AirDrop Rival to Linux, Windows, and Mac
- Know when we’re going to be live. Check out the calendar!
- Tim Cook says first Mac with Apple Silicon shipping to consumers by end of this year
- r/linux: How will Apple’s ARM announcement affecting Linux going forward?
- r/linux: Let’s suppose Apple goes ARM, MS follows its footsteps and does the same. What will happen to Linux then? Will we go back to “unlocking bootloaders”?
- Jared Domínguez on Twitter — Today’s cynical take: Apple supporting Linux VMs is a way to make devs feel good with minimal effort (offload the work to Parallels/BSD community) while allowing Apple to deprecate their already super stale Unix userland. macOS itself will become less accessible.
- unsilence: Console Interface and Library to remove silent parts of a media file 🔈
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