ZDNet: This is my first time with UEFI on an ASUS laptop, and I am very pleased and impressed.
InfoWorld: Linux has unexpectedly made it to the desktop through mobile and cloud, but the unintended consequences are troubling.
Softpedia: The most prolific distributions out there that do provide long-winded LTS versions are Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu.
TuxArena: Lynx is a well-known browser for the terminal.
PC World: The three Linux distributions we're recommending for displaced Windows XP users are all based on Ubuntu, which is widely considered to be the world’s most popular version of Linux.
Network World: Happy Pi Day (3/14)! To celebrate, here's more than you ever wanted to know about pi.
The Register: For founders out there building deeply technical systems, Tam's approach to enabling technologies, frameworks, open-source, and recruiting could be quite instructive.
BinaryTides: Glances is a tool similar to Nmon that has a very compact display to provide a complete overview of different system resources on just a single screen area.
Smartbear: There are many ways to measure whether an open source project is gaining meaningful traction. Here how OpenDaylight is doing it.
GamingOnLinux: The publisher has confirmed a Linux port is in the works, Linux gaming has sky rocketed!
ITworld: Say what you will about Valve, they are quite determined that gamers have a real alternative to Windows for serious computer gaming.
The VAR Guy: More than 200 organizations have adopted Mirantis's training and certification program for OpenStack open source cloud software.
FOSSforce: There was a time, back before smartphones and tablets, when most of us used, at most, only three operating systems.
OStatic: Chromebooks--portable computers running Google's Chrome OS platform--have been hot sellers and some news outlets are starting to report that they could be headaches for Microsoft.
Phoronix: New features like HiDPI and local menus are still being tuned within the Unity 7 desktop environment ahead of next month's debut of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
eSecurityPlanet: Few figures in the IT security landscape command the respect and admiration of so many people as does Bruce Schneier.
Datamation: The cloud computing firm touts its ability make image management easier for online businesses.(Linux Powered!)
eWEEK: HP's ZDI awards $400,000 in prize money at Pwn2Own as new zero-day flaws are demonstrated in popular Web technologies.