The VAR Guy: Developers in the Fedora Linux community are discussing significant changes to the way they develop and market Fedora as part of an initiative called Fedora.next.
WorldOfGnome: Wayland branch is now merged into Mutter master and that also brought some small changes to GNOME Shell, i.e, changes in build, changes on checking when Wayland is the compositor.
EyeOnLinux: It seems like much ado about nothing in many ways.
LinuxGizmos: Swisscom released a "Swisscom TV 2.0" set-top box that runs Android 4.2.2 on a Marvell Armada 1500 Plus SoC, and also features a Marvell 802.11ac WiFi chip
GamingOnLinux: The day has come post-apocalyptic RPG fans, Wasteland 2 the massive hit on Kickstarter is finally going to bring out the promised Linux version!
eWEEK: The Internet continues to grow, as top-level domains including dot-com remain strong.
The VAR Guy: OpenDaylight, the open source software-defined networking (SDN) project, has launched a summer internship program for student developers.
NYTimes: It may not be widely known, but Linux did revolutionize computing. If you own an Android phone or a Kindle e-reader, you are a Linux user.
PC World: Now we have another intriguing use for the Pi: An automated personal assistant.
VB: In running the campaign, we want to make absolutely sure we can deliver a product if we fund at a reasonable expectation.
OpenSource.com: So how do you manage a global project encompassing the work of thousands of people working at hundreds of companies worldwide?
Phoronix: LTO'ing the Linux kernel has the potential of reducing the size of the Linux kernel image along with generating a faster and more efficient binary.
Linux.com: By using a btrfs snapshot of the "gold master container" Docker can make a new playground for this container with a single syscall and avoid the cost of duplicating all of that data into another directory.
GamingOnLinux: Nvidia is looking to get even more serious about Linux with their push to put over-clocking back in the Linux driver, hooray!
EveryDayLinuxUser: The simple answer is of course no but I have elaborated a bit on the question and there are possibly a few more things to take into consideration
BinaryTides: The number of multimedia applications on Linux is constantly increasing over time and there is already an abundance.
LinuxGizmos: DMP announced a Linux-ready Ebox-3100 mini-PC, running on an x86-based, 400MHz Vortex86EX processor and offering 2.3 Watt consumption and a $95 price.
Gaming on Linux: I had some time to chat to Pasi Kainiemi a developer on the Running With Rifles team about the game and Linux.
Linux Gizmos: Habey has launched a Kickstarter project for a hackable, Android-based "HIO Wallpad" home automation controller.
Datamation: Google's upgrade to its Chrome web browser includes support for responsive images and fixes for 31 security issues.