The VAR Guy: Tesora's implementation of the open source Trove DBaaS platform for the OpenStack cloud has gained new database support
opensource.com: Seth Kenlon explains how to implement one of the oldest VFX techniques in open source video editor Kdenlive.
Firefox is now available in Apple's App Store, but it's not quite the same Firefox that exists anywhere else.
Phoronix: PHP 7.0 RC7 was released today rather than the official release.
FOSSforce: This news isn't surprising, nor is it cause for alarm.
Twistlock's new offering is designed to go beyond best practices configuration for container security to provide improved runtime security.
softpedia: Ubuntu Make 15.11.1 adds support for the Netbeans IDE (Integrated Development Environment) software
ComputerWorld: It depends on context. In the world of software development, he's what passes for normal.
Enterprise Networking Planet: Henrik Rosendahl, CEO of Akanada discusses his firm's OpenStack networking efforts and how he's helping to bring Nginx to the cloud.
softpedia: Users will be able to install any package from the upstream Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) repositories in Quirky 7.3, which is currently powered by Linux kernel 4.2.5.
eWEEK: Mickos discusses why he's excited about the security industry and how lessons learned in open source will help.
xmodulo: Many Java programs or Java-based IDE environments require JAVA_HOME environment variable being set.
LinuxGizmos: Nvidia has launched an AI and robotics oriented "Jetson TX1" module and development kit, based on an Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC running Linux.
ZDnet: I put Google's latest version of Android to the test on my 2013 Nexus 7 tablet and I liked what I found.
Enterprise Apps Today: Hadoop is not the end-all, be-all of Big Data. There are lots of other Big Data platforms and tools, many of which are open source.
FreedomPenguin: Like a lot of people, I use Plex to store digital copies of my media.
Datamation: I'm the first to admit that I spend entirely too much time staring at my Android phone.
LinuxGizmos: Imagination has launched the fastest 64-bit MIPS Warrior core yet with its P6600, as well as the M6250, the first 32-bit Warrior-M CPU that runs Linux.
NetworkWorld: Major releases of three of the biggest, most prominent Linux distributions, all released within days of each other (a time now known as the holiday of Distrovus).