Linuxaria: If, like me, you are a statistics freak you must install this small application on all your computers: WhatPulse
ITworld: Microsoft has never been a...er...fan of Linux, to say the least
xmodulo: Unlike other implementations of the SMB/CIFS networking protocol (such as LM Server for HP-UX, LAN Server for OS/2, or VisionFS), Samba (along with its source code) is freely available
FOSSforce: "You know, if you didn't use Windows you wouldn't have these problems."
All Linux Users Blog: Setting up the root password is a mandatory part of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 / CentOS 7 installation.
softpedia: The UK authorities have declared that the Ubuntu Shopping Lens are legal and that no laws have been broken, either in Great Britain or in the European Union.
The VAR Guy: Riak CS 1.5, the latest open source NoSQL distributed storage database from Basho, introduces several new features, including expanded Amazon S3 storage API compatibility.
LinuxGizmos: Pre-orders are open for "Ninja Sphere," a $329 gesture-controlled home automation hub featuring Arduino hooks, ZigBee controls, and location tracking.
ZDnet: Docker's container take on virtualization keeps getting more and more popular as openSUSE adopts it for use.
The VAR Guy: The 2014 Linux Training Scholarship Program from the Linux Foundation awards free courses in open source software development and administration for the cloud, virtualization and more.
There are a lot of different Android tablets, but sometimes it can be a time-consuming headache to find the best ones.
itWORLD: I will never forget my first ping.
eWEEK: According to Jin, the backdoor his team found can bypass verification and enable an attacker to install a customized kernel that could run arbitrary code.
eSecurityPlanet: Also suggests that Windows XP be made open-source.
OStatic: While market predictions for PCs have been generally bleak, Chromebooks--portable computers based on Google's Chrome OS platform--have been doing well in sales terms
The Register: Larry Ellison’s Oracle bowled out Solaris 11.2 last week – and what does this Unix-like give us?
LinuxJournal: I don't know if any of the new ideas for solving this kind of mess are going to succeed.
LinuxInsider: The Age of the Connected Car is dawning.
Phoronix: Over 200,000 lines of code is being removed from the Linux 3.17 kernel in the staging subsystem due to the removal of a bunch of old, unmaintained drivers.
ZDnet: ownCloud, the open source private cloud for small to medium sized businesses, pulls in great developer support with its latest release.