Datamation: You can now add another name to the list of vendors that offers a production-grade Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud platform. Google officially announced late Monday that its Compute Engine is now Generally Available and ready for mission critical workloads.
eWEEK: A new installer and networking integration highlight Red Hat's latest on-premises PaaS update.
OpenSource.com: One night, after reading the Who’s Hiring Freelance thread on HackerNews, I decided there had to be a more efficient way to match programmers with freelance jobs.
The VAR Guy: VMware still may be a dominant force, but open source virtualization continues to evolve.
InfoWorld: Catered meals? Check. Keggerators? You bet. Full-time barista? You wouldn't want $150,000-a-year software engineers burning their fingers on the espresso maker, would you?
Softpedia: Scientists have developed a technique capable of infecting other computers with malware that transmits itself using just speakers and microphones.
OpenSource.com: The difference between these two cloud giants is that everything OpenStack does, it does in the open.
CIOL: Newest version of Pentaho's open source data integration and business analytics platform.
Linux Insider: The Linux OS lacks an effective yet simple checking and banking tool.
GamingonLinux: I logged onto Steam after work Friday to see that this weekend was Free Rage Weekend and the game was 75% off. So, naturally I had to try it out. Free Rage weekend on Steam compelled me to try it in Wine.
Softpedia: GNOME Boxes 3.11.2 can now import system libvirt virtual machines, lets users employ force shutdown the virtual machine in order to complete the installation of Live OSes, such as Ubuntu, that require them to eject the CD-ROM after the installation.
xmodulo: Conky is a light-weight system monitoring tool combined with a fully-customized desktop theme, which can completely change your Linux desktop experience.
The VAR Guy: Canonical has not abandoned Ubuntu TV, but it is focusing for now on delivering smartphones powered by Ubuntu Linux, according to Community Manager Jono Bacon.
Wazi: Testing PhoneGap apps on actual devices poses challenges, because on these platforms you don't have access to your usual web development tools. Here are some ways to overcome this problem and debug your live app in a real user environment
IT Jungle: Increasingly, users are adopting open source software because they expect higher software quality and security with open source, according to surveys like those from Black Duck.
Linux Planet: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 (RHEL) was released on November 21st and barely a week later, the clones have already emerged.
Gaming on Linux: Let's face it we know they don't survey 100% of their user base, only a small fraction of it, so bear that in mind as well.
eWEEK: In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at some of the new features in Linux Mint 16. -
GMA News: Symantec said its researchers warned the malware, named Linux.Darlloz, spreads by exploiting a vulnerability in php-cgi that had been patched as early as May 2012.
OpenSource.com: InfiniSQL is a massively scalable relational database system (RDBMS), composed entirely from scratch (not built upon some other technology).