LinuxPlanet:The problem of having proprietary driver firmware in Linux is not a new one, but yet it still exists.
FOSS Force: On Friday, March 14, the U.S. announced it'll relinquish control of the Internet's root zone file, which contains all information about top-level domain names.
LinuxGizmos: The Soap project has already surpassed its $80,000 funding goals, and there are still some packages left at discounted prices until the campaign closes Mar. 23 at 10:34 AM EDT.
Xmodulo: In this tutorial, I am going to demonstrate how to create or terminate VMs on OpenStack from the command line.
eWEEK: Finally. At long last and after two CEOs who left after short tenures on the job, Mozilla now has the CEO it always should have had.
The VAR Guy: Add an email client to the list of homegrown open source software applications that Canonical is building for the Ubuntu operating system.
OpenSource.com: Are you new to Arduino? To start, you need a computer from which you will write the code that will run in the Arduino board.
the guardian: Irish 21-year-old who founded CoderDojos after-school clubs tells of huge impact on young worldwide.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: At the center of the Global Intercloud is the open-source OpenStack cloud platform
EveryDayLinuxUser: How does it compare to the previous version and is it a match for Kubuntu?
ITWorld: I'm not seeing anything new or unique that sets them apart beyond the fact that they are on your wrist instead of in your hand or pocket.
The VAR Guy: Docker, the container-based virtualization platform, has introduced its first paid service, private repositories.
ZDnet: Linux is as secure as ever.
Datamation: Pragmatism seems to have replaced idealism in open source
LinuxGizmos: ZTE's ZTE9 joint venture unveiled a Tegra 4-based media player and game console, and ZTE announced an IPTV/OTT STB, both featuring Android and video chat.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Najam Ahmad, Facebook's director of technical operations, explained why the social networking website has embraced the open SDN model.
OpenSource.com: What is Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software (HFOSS) in education and how can we get more students involved?
Infosec: In this tutorial we will explain how the SLUB allocator works and how we can make our user-land code to be executed when we can corrupt some metadata from a slab allocator.
IT World: In today's open source roundup: The media makes money by exaggerating Linux security problems.