IGN: With devices like Ouya drumming up interest in open-source gaming platforms, Mad Catz is jumping into the fray with a system of its own — Project M.O.J.O.
TechCrunch: Here we'll look at some Android options Apple could unlock for iOS.
LinuxSecurity.com: Updated kernel packages that fix three security issues, several bugs, and add one enhancement are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. The Red Hat Security Response Team has rated this update as having [More...]
Information Week: Will edX's decision to release its full source code attract more contributors to the Harvard/MIT-backed massive open online course platform?
The H Open: Linux 3.10 sees improvements in the way lost packets at the end of TCP transactions are handled, speeding up HTTP data transfer.
LinuxJournal: When your data and work grow, and you still want to produce results in a timely manner, you start to think big. Your one beefy server reaches its limits.
LinuxSecurity.com: Several security issues were fixed in xserver-xorg-video-openchrome.
Linux.com: As an IT manager for the Mt. Lebanon Municipality near Pittsburgh, PA, Nick Schalles recently faced a familiar but difficult problem for those maintaining public infrastructure.
LinuxSecurity.com: Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the chromium web browser. CVE-2013-2855 [More...]
LinuxSecurity.com: Jibbers McGee discovered that pymongo, a high-performance schema-free document-oriented data store, is prone to a denial-of-service vulnerability. An attacker can remotely trigger a NULL pointer dereference causing MongoDB [More...]
HotHardware: The "Unity Dash" in Ubuntu has always been designed around the goal of delivering relevant information to the user, but come version 13.10, due out in October, things are about to become vastly improved.
LinuxSecurity.com: Yesterday, we learned that the NSA received all calling records from Verizon customers for a three-month period starting in April. That's everything except the voice content: who called who, where they were, how long the call lasted -- for millions of people, both Americans and foreigners.
LinuxSecurity.com: Just how committed are Linux users to their operating system? Would they ever switch back? That depends who you ask. "I could see myself switching to BSD," offered Chris Travers, a blogger who works on the LedgerSMB project. "I have found hardware support remarkably unreliable on Linux." Of course, that's "part and parcel of the constructive chaos that is Linux," he said.
LinuxSecurity.com: The National Security Agency's massive data gathering from the world's largest Internet companies could bolster arguments that the United States should have less control over the Internet, an expert says.
HowToForge: r53dump is a shell script that will connect to AWS Route53 service and dump all zones in Bind format for the specified account.
Softpedia: So, now that you've installed the Arch Linux distribution, and you also know how to install third-party applications, we will teach you how to activate the wireless network on your Arch Linux powered computer.
LinuxSecurity.com: It was discovered that applications using the mesa library, a free implementation of the OpenGL API, may crash or execute arbitrary code due to an out of bounds memory access in the library. This vulnerability only affects systems with Intel chipsets. [More...]
unixmen: VLSub is an extension that searches and downloads subtitles from opensubtitles.org using the hash of the video currently playing or its title.
eSecurityPlanet: Although IPv6 is still not widely adopted, the Internet is seeing the first signs of IPv6-based attacks.