TechCrunch: Maxthon has launched its first cloud browser for Linux.
VB: Microsoft has open-sourced MS-DOS, its very first operating system. It's also open-sourced Word for Windows, but whatever.
TechCrunch: ATM operators and other financial organizations are beginning to look to Linux as a replacement for their outdated Windows XP installations.
LinuxJournal: How to safeguard your personal data with TrueCrypt and SpiderOak.
softpedia: A user who was dual-booting Xubuntu and Windows 8 has reported that one of the latest updates for Windows 8 has actually deleted the GRUB and switched UEFI to secure boot.
ITworld: While the ifconfig command is still available and useful on most if not all Unix/Linux systems today, it is now deprecated on many Linux distributions.
EveryDayLinuxUser: Shane Remington and Kendall Weaver are part of the Peppermint OS team.
LinuxGizmos: The "CM-T54" computer-on-module is CompuLab's most powerful ARM-based COM yet.
Linus Torvalds: I delayed things a day from my normal schedule, hoping I'd feel more
comfortable doing a 3.14 release, but that was not to be.
eWEEK: The CloudStack 4.3 open-source cloud platform adds new hypervisor, SSL and dynamic computing capabilities.
OpenSource.com: This resource focuses on how schools can use open source to continue to offer great lessons to students without the high price tag of similar proprietary products.
MulticoreZone: Building systems that combined a front-end user interface with real-time processing has often led to awkward and complex trade-offs in performance, architecture and costs.
Wazi: Here's how to integrate a vanilla CentOS 6.x host with Microsoft Active Directory for user management, and how to use AD-based credentials to manage a Linux server.
Xmodulo: This tutorial will cover how to set up NRPE on an existing Nagios deployment.
Datamation: In this article, I dive into my picks for solid Ubuntu alternatives for those of you looking to graduate to something new.
Webupd8: Here's how to install MATE 1.8 in Ubuntu.
OpenSource.com: It seems like it was only yesterday that the OpenStack community found itself gathering in Hong Kong to set the design goals for the Icehouse release.
ITworld: It's important to remember is that there are millions of people using Android on their mobile phones and tablets around the world.
ZDnet: BlackBerry may be in a world of hurt, but for now it still has one loyal and very famous customer: President Obama.
tuxarena: When it comes to console music players, there are pretty decent options out there, and MOC is one of them.