IT Wire: The only reason why Linux needed to support secure boot was for commercial organizations which sell Linux to be able to say that they did support this feature.
ReadWrite: All of this comes down to naked self-interest, of course.
Tux Arena: Applications listed below are built using various toolkits, not just a single one like GTK, however they are among the most lightweight graphical tools from their category.
ZDNet: KVM, Linux's built-in hypervisor for the x86 chip family will be available at the end of this quarter for IBM's Power chip family.
Eye on Linux: For the time being Samsung still seems to be making plenty of money off Android, but I can't help but wonder if its days as an Android company are numbered.
Tux Arena: Kubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr is scheduled for release on April 17th, together with Ubuntu and the whole range of flavors in the Ubuntu family.
softpedia: Calibre 1.32, an eBook reader and management software developed for multiple platforms, including Linux, has just been released and it incorporates a number of important changes and improvements.
ubuntuportal: Numix Icon Packs is a small project developed by Numix project team focused to create high quality GTK themes and icons for Linux desktop.
tuxarena: With Ubuntu 14.04 closing in to the release date, which is set for April 17th, I took Lubuntu for a spin from the daily live ISO image.
ZDnet: KVM, Linux's built-in hypervisor for the x86 chip family will be available at the end of this quarter for IBM's Power chip family.
InternetNews: Time for a changing of the guard in OpenStack.
tuxarena: Besides from being a powerful development environment, Emacs is cataloged by some as an entire operating system, since it provides many more features.
The VAR Guy: In partnership with Databricks, MapR has integrated Apache Spark into its Apache Hadoop distribution for Big Data, increasing performance for Hadoop applications.
GamingOnLinux: Something Linux gamers have been requesting time and time again is going to happen!
eWEEK: The decade's most serious security issue was packaged and branded, but many server administrators and service providers were left in the dark.
Xmodulo: A startup called Spritz raised 3.5 Millions in seed money to develop an API that supposedly allows a user to read 1,000 words per minute.
Silicon Angle: The Raspberry Pi Compute Module is a version with exactly the same hardware as the original Raspberry Pi, but comes with DDR2 SODIMM format.
Everyday Linux User: The point of these articles is to elaborate a bit more on the software that is pre-packaged within openSUSE.
C|Net: The programmer who inadvertently introduced the Heartbleed bug to the Internet on New Year's Eve 2011 reckons the fact it was eventually spotted proves the value of open source.
IT Business: The new iteration of the WRT has a dual-core 1.2 gigahertz processor, 128 megabytes of flash memory, as well as eSata and USB ports.