Phoronix: JabirOS 2.1 is powered by FreeBSD 10.1
Linux.com: "On the internet nobody can hear you being subtle."
KDE releases Plasma 5.1.0, the first release containing new features since the release of Plasma 5.0 this summer.
ITworld: Android users have been waiting patiently for the next version of their favorite mobile operating system and today Google announced the final release of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
softpedia: He answered a lot of questions and he also talked about the effects of the strong language he uses in the mailing list.
eWEEK: 10th milestone release of open-source cloud platform debuts with 310 new features and 3,200 bug fixes.
ZDnet: In 1994, only geeks, techies and nerds were using the Web, and then along came Netscape and nothing would be the same.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Startup aims to build open-source technology to advance state of networking and SDN for Docker container virtualization.
Opensource.com: Meet Ben Balter. He's a Government Evangelist at GitHub, where he leads the efforts to encourage adoption of open source philosophies, making all levels of government better, one repository at a time.
xmodulo: If there is something that you never want to happen on your Linux system, that is having hard drives die on you without any warning.
softpedia: The Ubuntu desktop flavor hasn't been the developers' focus for some time now, but that is going to change very soon.
LinuxGizmos: A Kickstarter project called Anonabox offers a tiny Tor router for anonymous Internet use, running OpenWRT Linux on a MediaTek MT7620n WiFi chipset.
ZDnet: Not ready for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7? Well, you're in luck, RHEL 6.6 is here.
eWEEK: A vulnerability in an older Secure Sockets Layer version could enable an attacker to decipher encrypted communications, Google disclosed in a research paper.
Unixmen: virtualbox does not crash anymore in linux hosts with old versions of the linux kernel
MakeUseOf: It’s now possible to run Android apps in the Chrome browser — it just takes a little bit of work.
Tinkernut: Adding a storage device your network is called creating a NAS (Network Attached Storage). And basically it is just a minimalistic computer with a boat load of storage attached to it.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Cumulus Networks first emerged from stealth in June of 2013, promising to build a new model for network operating systems. It's a promise that the company continues to deliver on with the announcement of Cumulus Linux 2.5 today.