Silicon Angle: The Raspberry Pi Compute Module is a version with exactly the same hardware as the original Raspberry Pi, but comes with DDR2 SODIMM format.
Everyday Linux User: The point of these articles is to elaborate a bit more on the software that is pre-packaged within openSUSE.
C|Net: The programmer who inadvertently introduced the Heartbleed bug to the Internet on New Year's Eve 2011 reckons the fact it was eventually spotted proves the value of open source.
IT Business: The new iteration of the WRT has a dual-core 1.2 gigahertz processor, 128 megabytes of flash memory, as well as eSata and USB ports.
CMS Critic: Members of Open Source Matters elected Sarah Watz as the new president on April 8, 2014.
The Register: Hybrid flash-disk array startup Tintri is adding Red Hat-flavoured virtualisation to its storage gear – which already supports VMware-powered virtual machines.
softpedia: The Lite version of Zorin OS might just be the OS, mostly because it has some ridiculous system requirements.
xmodulo: Any operational domain has at least two DNS servers, one being called a primary name server (ns1), and the other a secondary name server (ns2).
LinuxGizmos: Screenshots have leaked of Firefox OS 2.0, showing a much improved user interface for a new wave of devices due this summer.
The VAR Guy: Developers in the Fedora Linux community are discussing significant changes to the way they develop and market Fedora as part of an initiative called Fedora.next.
WorldOfGnome: Wayland branch is now merged into Mutter master and that also brought some small changes to GNOME Shell, i.e, changes in build, changes on checking when Wayland is the compositor.
EyeOnLinux: It seems like much ado about nothing in many ways.
LinuxGizmos: Swisscom released a "Swisscom TV 2.0" set-top box that runs Android 4.2.2 on a Marvell Armada 1500 Plus SoC, and also features a Marvell 802.11ac WiFi chip
GamingOnLinux: The day has come post-apocalyptic RPG fans, Wasteland 2 the massive hit on Kickstarter is finally going to bring out the promised Linux version!
eWEEK: The Internet continues to grow, as top-level domains including dot-com remain strong.
The VAR Guy: OpenDaylight, the open source software-defined networking (SDN) project, has launched a summer internship program for student developers.
NYTimes: It may not be widely known, but Linux did revolutionize computing. If you own an Android phone or a Kindle e-reader, you are a Linux user.
PC World: Now we have another intriguing use for the Pi: An automated personal assistant.
VB: In running the campaign, we want to make absolutely sure we can deliver a product if we fund at a reasonable expectation.
OpenSource.com: So how do you manage a global project encompassing the work of thousands of people working at hundreds of companies worldwide?