Network World: The Linux Foundation will offer a Linux development course on edX, the massive open online course (MOOC) platform developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University.
Tech Page: Opting for open-source technology to power the machines adds icing on the cake.
Tech Republic: Matt Asay thinks that achieving $1 billion for open-source companies isn't as big of a deal as it used to be. Do you agree?
ZDnet: In a surprising move, Red Hat will enable users to run .NET applications and SQL Server on its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service cloud.
Datamation: Free Android apps go a long way toward making your mobile devices its very best.
tuxarena: Krita 2.8.0 was released yesterday, and this version comes with quite a big list of changes.
GamingOnLinux: Puppy Arcade is a FREE retro gaming operating system, with many emulators included for different systems & consoles
The VAR Guy: Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now available in the Amazon Web Services GovCloud (US) Region, where government agencies can deploy it to meet compliance and regulatory standards.
LinuxGizmos: Haoyu Electronics announced a sandwich-style $60 MarsBoard RK3066 SBC equipped with Rockchip's 1.6GHz dual-core RK3066 SoC, and running Linux and Android.
ServerWatch: "What we're saying is that if you're giving up on Mirantis, don't give up on OpenStack, you should try Piston."
ars: Hundreds of open source packages, including the Red Hat, Ubuntu, and Debian distributions of Linux, are susceptible to attacks.
eWEEK: Red Hat expands its open-source platform-as-a-service efforts with support for Microsoft technologies, but it's not production-ready (yet).
LinusBSDos: As its name suggests, Linux Mint Debian is based on Debian (Testing), so it’s not compatible with Linux Mint, which is based on Ubuntu Desktop.
Gabe Newell Of Valve Answers Questions, CS:GO Coming To Linux & Steam To Be A Self-Publishing System
Gaming on Linux: Gabe Newell of Valve did an AMA last night and luckily I managed to get him to confirm CS:GO for Linux.
Linux Gizmos: Embedian launched its first SMARC form-factor computer-on-module, running Linux or Android on a 1GHz TI AM335x SoC, and supported by a SMARC carrier board.
The VAR Guy: The Internet of Everything is not quite here yet (my toaster struggles to make unburnt toast, which is a problem that will need to be solved before it's allowed on the Internet).
Beta News: The Mate Desktop was created as a fork from the ashes of GNOME 2. Today, Mate 1.8 releases to the world.
eWEEK: "We will shift everything to OpenStack over the next 18 to 24 months"
techdrivein: Time to say good-bye to global menus already? Seems like it
EveryDayLinuxUser: This guide gives an overview of the HP Chromebook and the ChromeOS operating system, as well as providing the steps required to install Ubuntu and even Minecraft.