opensource.com: How can understanding Linux enhance a career? This question is interesting because there are two drastically different answers.
ZDnet: School will soon be in session and a Chromebook may be just what you need for the coming academic year.
eWEEK: Although Red Hat already released RHEL 7, RHEL 6.x users can still benefit from new platform features.
DNF: The release notes are posted and those who like to experiment with frisky Fedora pre-releases can try out dnf-0.6.0 in Fedora 21.
eWEEK: The OpenStack cloud-based platform aims to make it easier for enterprises to cloud-enable virtualization workloads.
Datamation: Though its own future is uncertain, Rackspace execs see continues opportunity even as Amazon and Google lower pricing.
LinuxInsider: Hang around for any length of time in the seedy bars and watering holes of the Linux blogosphere, and you'll soon realize that certain topics tend to recur with surprising frequency in the general conversation.
LinuxJournal: One of the many benefits cited by enterprises bringing in Linux is the security and the resultant "cost of ownership" benefits that come from, among many other things, not having to deal with security-related issues and attacks.
LinuxGizmos: Storm Energy has upgraded its "SunSniffer" solar plant monitoring system to a Linux-based platform running on a Raspberry Pi
Datamation: I have tried and enjoyed a number of great Linux distributions over the years.
ITworld: The sooner LibreOffice is released for Android, the bette
xmodulo: A typical data file often has associated "metadata" which is descriptive information about the file, represented in the form of a set of name-value pairs.
The Verge: The first Chromebook with Nvidia's Tegra K1 processor promises to outgun and outlast the competition
eWEEK: A Linux powered WiFi hacking device that could be hidden in what appears to be a standard carbon monoxide detector casing was demoed at Defcon.
LinuxPlanet: Google Android handset owners have had access to the new KitKat release, aka Android 4.4, for the better part of 2014.
Geekwire: There was a time when Microsoft and “open technologies” were diametrically opposed
Fedora Magazine: The most visible product of the Fedora community is the Fedora distribution itself.
PCWorld: Luckily, you won’t have to pull up the terminal and type any arcane commands to make your Internet connection work.
noobslab: PlayOnLinux is a piece of software which allows you to easily install and use numerous apps and games designed to run with Microsoft Windows.