ZDnet: Thanks to WINE and its commercial big brother, CrossOver, you can run some popular Windows programs on Linux.
BinaryTides: Like for every thing, there are plenty of commands to check information about the hardware of your linux system.
Datamation: It has been my experience that, despite any progress, Ubuntu and distros like it have made in gaining new users, those in the tech media continue to get it wrong.
LinuxGizmos: The Raspberry Pi Foundation unveiled the $30 Raspberry Pi Compute Module, an embeddable computer-on-module version of the Pi, plus a companion baseboard.
OpenSource.com: Git brought back debates about version control workflows! Heck, just having people care about version control tools again was fun. For versioning nerds, it's been nirvana.
Softpedia: The looks and features of elementary OS "Isis" have been mostly kept under wraps and many users have been wondering what they will do next.
eSecurityPlanet: Bob West is one of only a handful of executives today with the title of chief trust officer.
DatabaseJournal: "With index intersection developers can address more queries with simple indexes and with less upfront index design"
eWEEK: Hours after the flaw's disclosure, many Linux distributions didn't have a patch.
Softpedia: As it stands right now, users will be able to get a much better look at how Unity8 looks and works on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and it might get even better after more updates are released.
Xmodulo: This guide will tell you how to set up Squid on CentOS / RedHat Linux for transparent filtering of HTTP and HTTPS traffic with help of Diladele Web Safety ICAP server.
OpenSource.com: It's not surprising that Microsoft encourages users to migrate to Windows 8.1, but of course, there are other alternatives. The best one by far is Linux.
Eye on Linux: Google is getting ready to launch Android TV, a set top box based on Android that comes complete with apps and games.
xmodulo: Whether it is for a research paper, a math homework, a presentation, or a fancy resume, LaTeX is pretty much the go to language.
LinuxJournal: Several decent video editors are available on the Linux platform.
opensource.com: Facebook is on a new open source journey.
Phoronix: Here's a recap of the changes that were merged so far half-way through the Linux 3.15 merge window.
eWEEK: Brendan Eich's resignation soon after being named Mozilla CEO will scar the company, but it won't likely halt its major tech initiatives.
LinuxUser: In December 2013 the City of Munich completed the process, begun a decade ago, of transferring its computing facilities to free software, claiming to have saved 10 million in the process
GamingOnLinux: So, you all know by now that Tropico 5 has been pushed back for the Steam Machines release and it does beg the question, are more AAA games waiting for Steam Machines to produce their Linux versions?