softpedia: Canonical got a lot of flak over the years for the decisions regarding its Ubuntu operating system, some of them justified, but most were just unfair.
softpedia: Calibre 1.30, the eBook reader and management software developed for multiple platforms, including Linux, has been released with new drivers and a few new interesting features.
EyeOnLinux: One of the best things about Linux is the sheer range of choices that are out there.
tuxarena: You can create your own launchers (desktop files) to be ran or even Bash scripts with commands to be executed.
tuxtweaks: Because of its Ubuntu base, Linux Mint shares a lot of the same great features with its parent distribution while offering a more traditional desktop design
ServerWatch: "There is substantially more interest in OpenStack, frankly, than there has been in really any products since Linux," Whitehurst said
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Interop General Manager Jennifer Jessup explains what's new and why vendor sales pitches won't be coming from the Keynotes this year.
Tux Arena: Although limited, there is an increasing number of F2P (Free to Play) games available on Steam for Linux.
Harretz: Israeli accountant files lawsuit claiming that Waze stole the intellectual property of a programming community that helped build its software.
Tecmint: In this article we will show you the most used 15 useradd commands with their practical examples in Linux.
eWEEK: The new oVirt 3.4 release improves storage, high-availability and networking features.
BinaryTides: This post shows how to setup mail forwarding on a Debian or Ubuntu server using the postfix program.
Tech Week Europe: Henning Ogberg and Jennifer Stagnaro from SugarCRM explains how open source platforms can be a good source of revenue.
The Register: Wait, Canonical actually listened to us?
IT Business Edge: The CliQr App Store, a central repository for hundreds of open source applications that IT organizations can deploy on any cloud service they choose.
Linux.com: Jon Corbet: 'So do we need a certain number of likes to get a block patch merged now?' Jens Axboe: 'That's the intent. I'm setting up a review group on Facebook now.'
The Inquirer: Facebook will soon begin stress testing the Linux Btrfs filesystem in its production data centres.
ZDnet: Some of Linux's best and brightest kernel developers talk about the state of Linux development today.
ITworld: "Share" is Android's most powerful option: the ability to shuttle text or images or documents between apps.
GamingOnLinux: I took some time to have a chat with Stefan Achatz who took it upon himself to write drivers and interfaces for ROCCAT gaming hardware to make sure they work on Linux.