ITwire: Linux companies are extremely good at missing an opportunity to market themselves
Linux User & Developer: Use tshark to examine network traffic, solve network difficulties and add network data to a MongoDB database.
Datamation: Over the years, I've spent the bulk of my time with the Linux desktop using either GNOME or KDE.
Xmodulo: I am going to show 10 popular video editing software available on Linux.
Tom's Hardware: AMD is officially announcing its plans to release Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) support for Linux.
OpenSource.com: Build a big business on top of and around a successful platform by adding something of your own that is both substantial and differentiated.
Make Use Of: With its continued focus on education, Google has launched Oppia (beta).
Muktware: After conquering the smartphone space, Android is now dominating the tablet space.
Softpedia: Kubuntu 14.04 LTS Beta 1 (Trusty Tahr) has been released by its developers, and comes with a long list of improvements, much more than what has been made available with the previous Alpha versions.
LinuxGizmos: Google announced more details and images for its Project Ara for creating a modular, customizable smartphone, and announced an Ara Developers' Conference.
FOSSforce: We learned on Sunday that Mozilla has announced that seven new phones are slated to run Firefox OS.
Wazi: Employ these tools to compress your code and output and thus send fewer bytes over the Net, enhancing download times and creating a better user experience.
GamingOnLinux: Linux is holding steady.
ITworld: It sounds like Ubuntu 14.04 and its spins are humming right along.
Datamation: Acknowledgement of KDE's recovery from its user revolt is long overdue.
GamingOnLinux: It's pretty common knowledge Nvidia users get some good drivers at the trade-off of binary blob drivers (or not, depending on your ethics) and that AMD are often left in the dust, but how can open source drivers change that?
EnterpriseAppsToday: Gartner gives high marks to open source vendors in its new Magic Quadrant for Advanced Analytics.
eSecurityPlanet: "Privacy is not synonymous with secrecy," she said.
Softpedia: Another interesting feature is that the Virtual Machine wizard will now propose 64-bit guests if a 64-bit host is detected, by default.
The Conversation: It is hard not to get excited about the latest 3D-printed marvels in the world’s labs such as the 3D-printed "heart jacket", which was successfully used to monitor a heart of a rabbit.