Softpedia: So, now that you've installed the Arch Linux distribution, and you also know how to install third-party applications, we will teach you how to activate the wireless network on your Arch Linux powered computer.
unixmen: VLSub is an extension that searches and downloads subtitles from opensubtitles.org using the hash of the video currently playing or its title.
eSecurityPlanet: Although IPv6 is still not widely adopted, the Internet is seeing the first signs of IPv6-based attacks.
Softpedia: Meld 1.7.3 adds support for launching conflict comparisons from Subversion (SVN), support for opening files at a specified line number via the external text editor, and a new Push action for VC modules.
LinuxBSDos: Of all the desktop distributions that I’ve reviewed on this website, ROSA Desktop Fresh, a distribution derived from Mandriva Linux, is on my list of recommended distributions for new users.
Unixmen: In this article, let us see how to configure MySQL Master-Slave replication.
Tech2: A lot has changed since the first images of the phone were released. The phone functionality, for instance, actually works this time.
The H Open: The developers of Ubuntu Tweak have released the latest version, Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.5, of their modification utility for the Ubuntu desktop.
The Guardian: Vine, Fleksy Beta, Final Fantasy IV, Google Keyboard, ScribbleMix, Glastonbury Festival 2013, Battlestone, Warmly, Ticket to Ride and more.
Datamation: With some careful training, you can spot a geek with relative ease.
Linux notes from DarkDuck: What is the most obvious way to tell other people you use Linux. Talk to them!
Softpedia: This release also brings renderer improvements, allowing mappers to use multiple regions with separate color grades and blend them where appropriate.
FOSS Force: According to our Software Preference Poll, FOSS Force visitors will use commercially developed software, especially if it’s the best software for the job, but would prefer to use community developed, noncommercial software.
BBC: Users could soon be asked to pull a series of faces to unlock their Android phones or tablets.
The H Open: The edX learning platform has now completed its transition to open source and is available under an AGPL licence.
Tree Hugger: Oh yeah, and the hardware is WiFi-enabled, available as a DIY kit and can be powered by solar cells. What's not to like?
ZDNet: Salesforce is acquiring a laundry list of databases: NoSQL, PostgreSQL and Oracle. Oracle, however, is rumored to have landed a nine figure deal from Salesforce. Ouch.
PC World: Red Hat has put out a beta release of Software Collections 1.0, in a bid to let developers use newer versions of languages such as Ruby and Python with support.
Phoronix: An installer has come about to easily install Fedora 19 for ARM on the unlocked Google Nexus 4 smart-phone.