InternetNews: VirtualBox gets updated for Linux 4.6
Phoronix: There are a lot of other exciting items on the roadmap for developers working on Mozilla's Servo next-generation engine written in Rust.
ostechnix: Good starting points for those new to Docker.
The VAR Guy: RMS is still a voice to be reckoned with ...
softpedia: The biggest news of the Escuelas Linux 4.4 release is that the OS has been rebased on the recently announced Bodhi Linux 3.2 distribution
EveryDayLinuxUser: You can create a bootable Linux drive, without Linux.
ComputerWorld: Evidence points to a potential Microsoft Android future
Hackerboards: Technologic's open-spec "TS-7680" SBC runs Debian on an ARM9 i.MX286, and offers up to 4GB eMMC, WiFi, BT, wide-range power, and -40 to 85 degrees C.
opensource.com: What's your favorite system monitoring tool?
OMG Ubuntu: Can you believe that it’s been over 2 years since the last stable release of Clementine?
LinuxInsider: Hadoop is an open source framework for storing and processing big data in a distributed environment across clusters of computers using simple programming models.
Linux.com: If you’ve never used GNOME Maps, you’re in for a treat
Phoronix: Linux kernel developer Matthew Garrett has revised his work around improving power management for modern Intel systems via SATA.
Severity analysis of vulnerabilities by experts from the information security industry is rarely based on real code review. I
ZDnet: Give me some of that Ubuntu Juju magic...
softpedia: David Rosca has been working hard in the past few months to add many cool new features to the Audio Volume applet
opensource.com: Inteview with Cloudify's open source community lead at GigaSpaces
LinuxPitStop: Openstack is the most widely used open source cloud system which lets you set up complex private and public cloud infrastructures with great ease. I
The VAR Guy: A primer explaining LXC and LXD, open source container platforms developed largely by Canonical, as well as how they compare to Docker and CoreOS rkt.
CIO: Apparently Microsoft isn't entirely new to open-source (who knew?)