Linux User & Developer: Steve Furber, designer of the original BBC Micro, talks to David Crookes about how the BBC can learn from the past in their new push to teach programming to the masses.
IT World: Should they put more resources into it to try to increase its popularity, or should they wait until it's more popular before giving it more resources?
Technology Spectator: More recently, in the context of cybersecurity, open source is a foundational way to solve complex problems.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Not all those vendors claiming to do Software Defined Networking are actually doing it.
ITworld: Linaro, the open-source development consortium for Linux on ARM architecture, is working on software, tools and drivers that could hasten the release of 64-bit Android.
Greenbot: Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols' list of 10 must have Android business apps.
LinuxGizmos: NanoPC launched a $69 mini-PC and $67 SBC based on a quad-core Samsung Exynos4412 SoC, with SD, HDMI, USB, camera, and Ethernet, and running Linux and Android.
LinuxPlanet: At one point or another, plenty of Linux users have longed for the ability to build their own distribution.
ITwire: Linux companies are extremely good at missing an opportunity to market themselves
Linux User & Developer: Use tshark to examine network traffic, solve network difficulties and add network data to a MongoDB database.
Datamation: Over the years, I've spent the bulk of my time with the Linux desktop using either GNOME or KDE.
Xmodulo: I am going to show 10 popular video editing software available on Linux.
Tom's Hardware: AMD is officially announcing its plans to release Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) support for Linux.
OpenSource.com: Build a big business on top of and around a successful platform by adding something of your own that is both substantial and differentiated.
Make Use Of: With its continued focus on education, Google has launched Oppia (beta).
Muktware: After conquering the smartphone space, Android is now dominating the tablet space.
Softpedia: Kubuntu 14.04 LTS Beta 1 (Trusty Tahr) has been released by its developers, and comes with a long list of improvements, much more than what has been made available with the previous Alpha versions.
LinuxGizmos: Google announced more details and images for its Project Ara for creating a modular, customizable smartphone, and announced an Ara Developers' Conference.
FOSSforce: We learned on Sunday that Mozilla has announced that seven new phones are slated to run Firefox OS.
Wazi: Employ these tools to compress your code and output and thus send fewer bytes over the Net, enhancing download times and creating a better user experience.