The VAR Guy: The Internet of Everything is not quite here yet (my toaster struggles to make unburnt toast, which is a problem that will need to be solved before it's allowed on the Internet).
Beta News: The Mate Desktop was created as a fork from the ashes of GNOME 2. Today, Mate 1.8 releases to the world.
eWEEK: "We will shift everything to OpenStack over the next 18 to 24 months"
techdrivein: Time to say good-bye to global menus already? Seems like it
EveryDayLinuxUser: This guide gives an overview of the HP Chromebook and the ChromeOS operating system, as well as providing the steps required to install Ubuntu and even Minecraft.
Wazi: It's useful to have one development environment that works across Windows and Linux when you're developing software to run on both platforms
Linuxaria: MPD, short for Music Player Daemon, is a flexible, powerful, server-side application for playing music.
Ubuntu 14.04 beta 1 brings some changes to GNOME, but the big focus is on maintaining the status quo for this long-term support release.
eWEEK: A report claims 300,000 consumer routers are at risk. Where have we heard this story before?
The VAR Guy: Buzz about Docker -- the container technology -- is growing.
LinuxGizmos: With its new HDMI compatible streaming media player stick, Roku hopes to halt the growing momentum of Google's lower cost, less functional Chromecast.
LinuxInsider: Red Hat on Tuesday unveiled Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite 6, an open source business process management suite that combines business process management, business rules management and complex event processing technologies in a single product offering.
ComputerWorld: Linux Foundation believes it has the code for unlocking Internet of Things and bringing success.
InfoWorld: Three open source versions are likely too many for small PaaS market -- and could lead to confusion and standards wars.
Linux User & Developer: Steve Furber, designer of the original BBC Micro, talks to David Crookes about how the BBC can learn from the past in their new push to teach programming to the masses.
IT World: Should they put more resources into it to try to increase its popularity, or should they wait until it's more popular before giving it more resources?
Technology Spectator: More recently, in the context of cybersecurity, open source is a foundational way to solve complex problems.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Not all those vendors claiming to do Software Defined Networking are actually doing it.
ITworld: Linaro, the open-source development consortium for Linux on ARM architecture, is working on software, tools and drivers that could hasten the release of 64-bit Android.
Greenbot: Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols' list of 10 must have Android business apps.