Raw Story: The underlying code, given the name DeadDrop, will be open-source, and we are very glad to be the first to bring it out into the world, fully implemented.
The H Open: The Ubuntu kernel developers plan to provide security fixes and minor improvements for version 3.8 of the Linux kernel until August 2014
Linux.com: See how easy it is to setup a dual boot to Fedora 18 on your recent model MacBook Air (MBA).
Enterprise Networking Planet: The OpenFlow protocol stands at the center of the Software Defined Networking (SDN) revolution and at the center of OpenFlow is the Open Networking Foundation (ONF).
Network World: Google's Android OS has more than 900 million users,
FOSSforce: If not for VARs, there would never have been a Red Hat.
TechRights: That person, who from Microsoft, became VP of Ubuntu some months ago.
SmartBear: One reason Obama won the 2012 presidential election was his staff's use of open source.
Datamation: These Android apps make it easy to kill a few minutes of spare time and they just might make you smile too.
Softpedia: Rygel 0.18.2 is the second and last maintenance release for Rygel 0.18 and it incorporates numerous fixes, all in order to make Rygel a more stable and reliable release.
OSTATIC: The core of the talk seems to be that the kernel is too inefficient in how it handles threads and packets to maintain the speed and scalability requirements for web scale computing.
Unixmen: "I am having problems in connecting the Galaxy Tab to ubuntu vis usb cable"; this is a common question around the web and specially in android forums.
The H Open: The Ubuntu Technical Board has decided, at its most recent meeting, to finally abandon the Ubuntu Brainstorm ideas site.
IT World: Whether you're setting up accounts for existing users on a new server or providing accounts for a crop of new staff members on your primary server, it's nice to be able to do the job quickly and accurately.
ZDNet: Google will literally track the footsteps of developers attending the annual Google I/O conference in San Francisco this week as part of an effort to understand how visitors navigate and behave at the event.
The VAR Guy:Rumors are swirling that Intel Hybrid Cloud (a small business server that ran Linux or Windows) has been discontinued.
FOSSforce: Back in March and April, when the Java browser plugin was getting hammered with security holes that were being exploited in the wild, we conducted a couple of unscientific polls here on FOSS Force to determine how our visitors were handling this security crisis.
EveryDayLinuxUser: Despite using Linux there is software most of us use every day that is proprietary in nature
InternetNews: From the 'Linux Desktop Follies' files:
EnterpriseAppsToday: New standalone organization created to support the open source Crafter content management system.