Purism Blog – 3.22.22 (3.21.22)
Founded in 2014 by Todd Weaver, Purism started with the drive to have a secure future by honoring and protecting digital rights and privacy. Today, Purism is a powerful example of a founder-led Social Purpose Corporation that continues to keep digital rights and privacy at the core of its design. Its portfolio of technology products offer a market-based solution to provide alternatives to big technology companies. Big Tech’s profitability is dependent on “locking-in” its users and establishing monopolistic structures. “For the good of society as a whole, we must defend freedom in our computing and telecommunication systems to prevent centralization of information and power.” said Nicole Faerber, Chief Technology Officer at Purism.
Source: More than A Phone: How Purism Advocates Digital Security – Purism
Purism Blog – 2.15.22 (2.14.22)
Everywhere you look, prices are going up. The ongoing supply chain woes over the past two years have affected us too, and as chip and component prices go up, it’s meant we’ve had to raise some prices as well. Yet supply and demand work both ways: as our own costs go down, we want to pass those savings on to our customers.
Source: Sharing The Love: Lowering Librem 14’s Price – Purism
Purism Blog – 2.12.22(2.11.22)
While I have been working for many years to remove all aspects of Google from my personal life, it was only this past week that I replaced the final piece. As of this week I have finally fired Google. It wasn’t easy, and in this post I’ll tell my story of how tightly Google was integrated in my life, the lengths I had to go to remove them, and what took so long.
Source: I (Finally) Fired Google – Purism
Purism Blog – 4.8.21
Now that shipping of the Librem 14 to customers is imminent we should talk about some more details and enhancements we made.
Source: Librem 14 Rave – Purism
Purism Blog – 12.1.20 (11.30.20)
While the Librem 5 is a phone, it’s also a general-purpose computer. This allows the Librem 5 to act as a media center, game station, server, ultra-mobile PC, or whatever you can personally imagine.
Source: A Media Center in Your Pocket – Purism