OStatic: This year's report adds many new projects and technology categories that have gained importance in the past year.
Datamation: Every few months, new articles roll out proclaiming "this year" to be the year of the Linux Desktop.
eWEEK: Canonical, the lead commercial sponsor behind the open-source Ubuntu Linux operating system, is getting into the embedded device market in a bid to help secure the Internet of things (IoT).
FOSSforce: Here's some news that should make Bodhi Linux users happy. Jeff Hoogland has returned to Bodhi in his former position as project manager/lead developer.
opensource.com: Red Hat systems engineer Chris Long talks about the state of Linux video editing and shares six free and open source Linux video editing tools.
softpedia: Valve has upgraded the Steam client and they fixed that terrible bug that would allow the application to actually delete every file that was owned by the user.
FOSSforce: I'm sure someone wants to mention Iced Tea and other open source attempts to produce replacements for Flash and Java.
LinuxGizmos: An "EVB" Kickstarter project replaces the Lego Mindstorms EV3 robot's ARM9 brick with a BeagleBone Black, adding performance, expandability, and sensors.
xmodulo: There are three command-line applications which can be utilized for taking videos or pictures with raspi cam, and one of them is the raspistill application.
FOSSforce: Microsoft continues its slide into irrelevance, as least as far as consumer tech is concerned
ZDnet: You'll find Linux everywhere, including in the most accurate rifles in the world.
opensource.com: It's never been a better time to understand the components that fit together to make the hardware we use work.
The Register: It's a post-post-post PC world
NetworkWorld: In our testing we find that SUSE 12 has been worth the wait.
LinuxPlanet: 3 Debian based distros get updated
As many of you might know Fedora Workstation 22 is going to come up relatively fast, so we only have about 6 more weeks of development on it feature the freezes starts to kick in.
LinuxInsider: Security questions recently have been raised about Docker, a promising technology for running applications in the cloud.
LinuxJournal: The concept is pretty simple. It's like the top program, but instead of CPU and memory usage, it monitors disk I/O.
softpedia: Krita is considered to be a digital painting application, but it's best described as a raster graphics editor.