Xmodulo: If all you want is to access and get reminded by Google Calendar natively on Linux, then you can consider Google Calendar command line interface (or gcalcli).
ReadWrite: At Adeven, Müller has built an open source software development kit (SDK) that is hosted on GitHub. The SDK is used by some of the largest eCommerce and publishing companies in Europe.
LinuxBSDos.com: So this is nothing spectacular, but the thing about this, is that all the tools needed to pull this off are available for free. In fact, the SkyJack software, written by Samy Kamkar, is hosted on GitHub.
TecMint: This is the fourth release in 6.x branches, CentOS-6.5 is based on the upstream release EL 6.5 comes with bug fixes, new functionalities & updates.
ZDNET: After spending the last 18 months retooling Facebook as a "mobile company," the next front is pushing those developments to the open source community.
Open Source.com: Vincent Hardy is Adobe's Director of Engineering for the Web Platform. He uses CSS to power projects that improve open standards for the web.
opensource.com: We see companies and inventors coming out with ideas for improving healthcare, for one, by tracking human biometrics.
Linux.com: ZaReason's latest incarnation of their Android tablet, the ZaTab ZT2, is a sturdy little chunky monkey.
EveryDayLinuxUser: The article also includes a look at an open source Linux alternative that actually looks very close to the real thing.
ITworld: Using the Linux command line can be confusing to some users.
Softpedia: Linux kernel 3.12.3 is yet another big release that introduces numerous updated drivers
eSecurityPlanet: Video: Ben Golub, CEO of Docker, explains how Linux container technology presents a very different model for virtual security.
eWEEK: The news is part of the company's strategy around open gaming, which it has just begun to share broadly," Zemlin told eWEEK. "With Steam OS and Steam machines coming soon, Linux Foundation membership will help Valve maximize its investment in Linux long term."
OSTATIC: Linux Journal's Readers' Choice Awards 2013 found that GNOME 3 was the Best "Worst" Linux/Open Source Idea to come down the pike.
Live Science: Scientists have built an open-source 3D metal printer that costs under $1,200, sharing their design and software with the maker community.
Defense Daily: Federal agencies that previously relied on expensive, built-to-order software are now following a growing trend to embrace open source code.
Softpedia: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS received a major kernel upgrade that fixed twelve vulnerabilities discovered in the upstream Linux 3.2 kernel by various developers.
The Next Web: Valve, creator of the Steam gaming platform and a video game studio and publisher in its own right, is the latest company to join the Linux Foundation.
OpenSource.com: Open source software always has the advantage of offering a free alternative to mainstream solutions, but it doesn’t guarantee user adoption.
Open Source Insider: InfiniSQL is aiming to be the best of both worlds i.e. a database that is capable of supporting SQL querying, but with the scalability of a NoSQL database.