softpedia: Calculate Linux 13.19 appears to be the last maintenance release for the 13.x branch of the distribution
ZDnet: Linux has long been both the cloud and the datacenter's favorite operating system, but it wasn't until CoreOS came along that anyone designed a Linux just for the cloud and datacenter.
ITworld: Ever since the NSA spying scandal became public, more and more people have worried that their searches might be tracked by the government.
Phoronix: For June 2014, the overall Linux market-share using this randomly-sampled Steam survey was at 1.20%
Linux.com: Here, Lesavoy discusses how Nextiva uses Linux, the role of Linux and open source in telecom industry innovation, and why the company recently joined the Linux Foundation as a new corporate member.
eWEEK: The new secure Android phone has arrived, but what does it say about Android itself and what can security-conscious individuals do to get the same security today?
ITworld: Desktop environments are a very personal thing in Linux, and there are many to choose from for each user.
CSC: At June 2014's Linux Enterprise User Summit on Wall Street, Alan Clark, SUSE's director of industry initiatives and open source and chairman of the OpenStack Foundation, explained why and how to deploy open-source clouds in your business.
RaspberryPi Today: Wayland already powers some set-top boxes,
eWEEK: As the world increasingly moves to cloud-based infrastructure and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, the needs of traditional desktop users are changing.
LinuxLinks: The diff utility was developed in the early 1970s on the Unix operating system
Xmodulo: There are two major MySQL storage engines used: MyISAM and Innodb.
xmodulo: A WordPress database may experience failure and corruption under various circumstances.
Wazi: The Moodle learning platform provides a platform for teachers and students to work on assignments and exchange thoughts, but for those new to Moodle, setting up a course and assignments that allow student file submissions can be a challenge.
LinuxJournal: Scheduling means different things depending on the audience.
Linux.com: Linux is very hacker-friendly and I do not see any reason for not using it
The Verge: This is what it's like to have Google Now on your wrist
GamingOnLinux: Goat Simulator is pretty popular and for good reason, as it's just insanely stupid.
Linux.com: Xiki merges shell and GUI concepts. It runs in a text editor, so everything is editable and you can save your Xiki sessions in text files.