This is news cast 233, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.
This week’s security alerts are security tool uncovers multiple bugs in every browser and security hole in VLC media player.
In this week’s news, in a project reminiscent of RAMP and Intel’s CPU+FPGA researchers claim to have squeezed 1000 cores on a chip, Intel announces CPU+GPU with DRM support which may raise antitrust concerns despite the vendor’s claims it isn’t meant to be used for DRM, Dave Winer’s latest attempt to re-invent the web, and Microsoft announces ARM port of Windows despite its poor history of ports vs. Linux.
Following up this week State department solicits project ideas support internet freedom and VLC yanked from the Apple app store.
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