Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
techgage.com: Around this time every year, a ton of action-packed movies hits the cinema that helps make summer taste just a little bit sweeter. Actually, that reminds me of something: a new top-end graphics card, much like NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 780, priced at $649. Is it fast? You bet. Is it fun?
Also: New NVIDIA Linux Driver Supports The GeForce GTX 780
pcworld.com: Hard on the heels of the news that Dell's “Project Ophelia” thumb PC is expected to ship this summer, thin client vendor Devon IT on Tuesday rolled out a similar contender of its own called the Ceptor.
phoronix.com: Niklas Andersson, a Swedish Phoronix reader, wrote in to share his AMD Linux six-monitor success story:
techeye.net: A US engineer is trying to sell the idea of an open source drone detection system built out of shedloads of Raspberry Pi kits.
linuxinsider.com (blog safari): There's been no shortage of gloom and doom here in the Linux blogosphere lately, what with Fuduntu's demise, a fresh round of anti-FOSS FUD, and even criticisms of Linux distros' girth. So it was with particular joy that Linux bloggers received the news about the all-new BeagleBone Black.
marcin.juszkiewicz.com.pl: As guys from Texas Instruments promised there is new Beaglebone Black on a market. Faster, cheaper, with video output and other extras. For me it looks like Raspberry/Pi killer done right.
linux-magazine.com: The single-circuit-board Raspberry Pi computer, only as big as a credit card, makes it easy to gain experience with embedded Linux systems. We’ll show you some hands-on examples of how to use the Raspberry Pi in an everyday environment.
arstechnica.com: I've been terribly curious about the Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition since we first covered it back in November. This is a different beast from the flippy-touchscreen-equipped XPS 12—this Ultrabook contains zero touchscreens. However, it comes preloaded with Ubuntu.
theregister.co.uk: The Raspberry Pi has been out for just over a year now. It has undergone a couple of revisions during that time, most recently around October 2012, but a short while ago I decided it was time I ought to try it out and see what the diminutive, Linux-running micro can do.
inquisitr.com: Raspberry Pi is racking up some major sales. The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced last week that more than 1 million of the popular Linux based devices have been sold to date.
dedoimedo.com: I rarely review hardware, but I was contacted by Michael Mrozek, the CEO of OpenPandora GmbH, and asked to review their Pandora product, the world's smallest, most powerful micro-gaming computer.