tuxarena: Dooscape is a web browser written in Qt which features a simple and clean interface and is based on the QtWebKit engine.
Ubuntu Server Guide: Zentyal Server 4.0, a small Linux business server that can be configured as Directory Server, Domain Controller, Zentyal Mail Server, Gateway, Unified Threat Manager (UTM), Unified Communications Server or a combination of them
InternetNews: From the 'Is Google Evil? What About Marissa?' files
Enterprise Networking Planet: "We use a Linux container based deployment model for our software"
Datamation: Red Hat EVP and President Paul Cormier takes direct aim at his Platform as a Service rival.
eWEEK: SSL 3.0 Fallback gets disabled as Google pays out $41,500 in awards to researchers for finding security vulnerabilities in the new browser release.
FOSSforce: Linux Outlaws is not for shrinking violets
LinuxTechi: Smartctl (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) is a command line utility
ServerWatch: Enterprise Linux vendor SUSE today made a series of announcements at its annual SUSEcon event, providing users with new patching, storage and cloud capabilities.
softpedia: Distro Astro 3.0 is a Linux operating system based on Ubuntu that is designed specifically for astronomers.
NetworkWorld: Cisco this week announced the availability of an open source security framework designed to harness big data analytics to combat data loss.
The VAR Guy: ClusterHQ has announced that Flocker, its data volume and container manager for Docker, the open source, container-based virtualization platform, is now compatible with Docker's Fig orchestration tool.
ZDnet: In the latest Top500 supercomputer ranking, Linux once more totally dominates the fastest of all computers.
red hat community: The Fedora Project recently changed its governance model and has begun to set up a Council that will replace the Fedora Board, and elections started yesterday
Blog of Helios: Since 2005, Ken Starks' Reglue project has placed over 1600 refurbished computers into the homes of financially disadvantaged kids in Central Texas
LinuxGizmos: Viewsonic and Userful announced a $199, 3.5W VDI client that lets up to 20 Linux or Windows sessions run from a single Linux server via gigabit Ethernet.
ITwire: 100 Open Source Replacements for Expensive Applications
Datamation: Enterprises, SMBs and home users can see significant savings with these open source alternatives to popular software.
tuxarena: A quick look at the main applications that come bundled by default in the Mint 17.1 Rebecca installation disc, with a short overview and screenshots for each of them
LinuxGizmos: Intel and Opening Ceremony unveiled a $495, Linux-based "MICA" smart bracelet with 3G data, Facebook notifications, navigation, and "intelligent reminders."