The LinuxWorks: Late on Monday Simon Ho of Conexant announced the release of a driver for the company's driver for CX2072X codec to the ALSA-devel mailing list.
softpedia: We know that KDE's Plasma Mobile operating system is still in the works and nowhere near becoming mainstream anytime soon, or even shipping on some no-name device.
CIO.com: Security is not an 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it' problem.
opensource.com: Whether your product is open source or "open core," how do you collaborate with competitors, and still stand out from the competition?
MUFFIN is an acronym for My User Friendly & Flexible INterface
VirtualBox 5.1.12 is mostly a maintenance release.
OMGchrome: It’s a question many have been asking over the past few months, as open-source enthusiasts rallied around reports that show Linux marketshare gaining ground for another consecutive month.
GCC 6.2 fixes 79 bugs
Phoronix: For users of the Network File System, there are more NFS client updates coming in the Linux 4.10 kernel.
Linux.com: Justin Dean, Ticketmaster’s SVP of Platform and Technical Operations, explains the company's massive public cloud strategy that uses Kubernetes.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Akamai's Third Quarter 2016, State of the Internet Report shows a 21 percent year-over-year increase in the global average internet connection speed.
Nmap 7.40 Holiday Release: a dozen new NSE scripts, hundreds of new fingerprints, new Npcap, faster brute forcing, and more...
Happy holidays from the Nmap Project! In case your Christmas break plans involve a lot of port scanning, we're delighted to announce our holiday Nmap 7.40 release!
InfoWorld: Developers want power, flexibility, stability, and ease, and these Linux distributions have it all.
HowToForge: What if you could access your phone from your computer?
Have you ever downloaded an Android app only to find that it wants access to all your phone's features and all of your data?
ostechnix: This guide explains how to install latest stable Linux Kernel version in CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, and Ubuntu, Linux Mint.
2daygeek: Tar is the most commonly used command in Linux for creating a archive file.