Phoronix: For the past few weeks I've been testing out the Core i7 5775C on Linux
Perhaps the biggest news for Kodi 15 isn’t a feature at all, but rather the official release of Kodi for Android in the Google Play store.
eWEEK: Although Oracle has its own Linux operating system, it continues to push forward on its Solaris Unix OS.
LinuxPitStop: Originally called OS/4, it was renamed to Black Lab due to copyright issues.
LinuxPlanet: There are few Linux distributions as popular as Canonical's Ubuntu and yet in the eyes of the Free Software Foundation (FSF), Canonical has taken some liberties with Free and open-source licensing.
The VAR Guy: In open source, the quality of one's work matters more than anything else, yet women and minorities are even more underrepresented here than they are in the tech world in general.
HowToForge: The Stellarium virtual planetarium is one of the most widely used open source specialized tools in the world.
opensource.com: FOSS advocate Stormy Peters spoke to the annual Womens' Leadership Luncheon on creating effective change in our projects so that we can all help save the world.
ItRunsOnLinux: The OpenWrt developers announced the third release candidate of OpenWrt, codename Chaos Calmer.
ostatic: McGovern answered queries on his relationship with Valve, his opinion on Ubuntu, and his desktop of choice among many others.
ITworld: One of the problems that seems to plague nearly all file systems -- Unix and others -- is the continuous buildup of files.
el Reg: Hermit Kingdom activists can feel more secure with Open Office
softpedia: Evolution 3.17.4 is a pretty big release, but nothing out of the ordinary for this type of software.
ScanCode is a tool to scan code and detect licenses, copyrights and more.
eWEEK: Google's Kubernetes joins a host of vendors and projects as part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, a new Linux Foundation-backed effort.
ZDnet: Windows 10? Eh. OS X El Capitan? It's OK I guess.
Linux Journal: Canonical recently has made a change to its intellectual property policy following two years of discussion with the Free Software Foundation (FSF).
eWEEK: Facebook is adding query packs to the open-source osquery security framework that group together common sets of use cases for data analysis.
The new update brings support for Intel Xeon Processor E7-8800/4800 v3 product families, IBM POWER8, as well as IBM z13 hardware architectures.
LinuxGizmos: Acadine, founded by former Mozilla execs, has received a $100 million investment from China's Tsinghua Unigroup, to launch a Firefox OS fork called "H5OS."