The Register: Mozilla's thrifty, browser-based smartphone OS continues expansion
LinuxUser: We talk to Richard Garsthagen about why he needs 40 Raspberry Pis to take a picture of you
Opensource.com: For the last two weeks, Opensource.com has published a series of 18 interviews with speakers at OSCON 2014.
Gaming on Linux: Epic Games are starting to become real champions for us
Datamation: Some code hasn't been used for years and years. Do you dare discard it?
EnterpriseStorageForum: Resource management and controlling the allocation of resources for complex workloads has always been a topic for discussion in open systems
LinuxJournal: I've always loved PHPMyAdmin for managing MySQL databases.
Linux.com: When was the last time you compiled a kernel?
Phoronix: Address Sanitizer is the feature within GCC (and now LLVM/Clang too) for detecting memory corruption bugs like buffer overflows, use-after-free, and other memory errors.
LinuxGizmos: Mentor Graphics has released a heterogeneous multicore development platform for combining Linux, Nucleus, and bare metal OSes on a single multicore SoC.
GamingOnLinux: Galaxy will launch this year, so a number of folks in GOG's community have suggested that it should be open source.
xmodulo: If you enjoy music streaming and originally-created sounds, you cannot have missed SoundCloud
ZDnet: Some Android applications will drain your smartphone or tablet of battery life, storage or bandwidth like a blood-sucking fiend.
eWEEK: The deal could be worth tens of millions of dollars as Oracle digs deeper into the cloud.
CMSobserver: WordPress 4.0 Beta 1 was released a couple of days ago and the list of changes is rather impressive.
Wazi: A highly available cluster uses redundant servers to ensure maximum uptime and mitigate risks related to single points of failure.
LinuxGizmos: The OpenWRT project has released version 14.07 RC1 of its lightweight router and IoT oriented Linux distribution, adding IPv6 support and faster startup.
Datamation: Google is out with a new version of its Chrome web browser, providing users with new features and security fixes for over two dozen vulnerabilities.
Linux.com: Have you ever wondered what the workspace of the world's most famous developer looks like?