LinuxGizmos: Amazon unveiled Amazon Fire TV, a $99 multimedia and gaming oriented TV companion box running Android 4.2 on a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC.
eWEEK: In an Interop keynote, the CIO of Deloitte explains how he transformed his IT organization from being a hated group to being cool.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) as well as traditional networking have long required the use of policy constructs.
C|Net: The latest flavor of Android is slowly eating up more Android devices, according to the latest stats from Google.
Linux Insider: The enterprise software industry today can be compared to the menus offered at fast-food eateries. Some offer their star item only one way. Others let you have it your way.
ComputerWorld: The Chromebook platform goes from strength to strength. Market researchers say they're selling faster than ever, predicting 11 million sales (in... err... 2019).
Public CEO: After spending tens of millions of dollars in recent years on ineffective voting systems, California election officials are planning to experiment with an open source system.
Mashable: Google is reportedly working on a major update to Android's camera app, which will include a new mode for taking portraits, as well as revamped panorama and Portrait Sphere modes.
OpenSource.com: His adventure started in college with Slackware, lead him to Sendmail, then eventually to Reddit, and now his career is streaming at Netflix.
tuxarena: A new dialog for choosing the Plasma Next look and feel has been proposed
EyeOnLinux: Platform wars are as old as computing itself, but they never seem to really die off and go away, they just morph into new ones as technology itself changes.
BinaryTides: The ss command is capable of showing more information than the netstat and is faster.
Datamation: Running various Linux distributions on my own computers has been a mixed blessing over the years.
GamingOnLinux: Wasteland 2 the post-apocalyptic RPG has so far been absent from Linux gamers shelves, that will end soon.
LinuxGizmos: Ingenic unveiled a tiny MIPS-based "Newton" COM for wearable and IoT devices that runs Android or Linux on an Xburst SoC, and offers WiFi and sensors.
eWEEK: Executives from Microsoft, Red Hat and Hewlett-Packard debate the definition and future of the platform-as-a-service model.
Softpedia: Developers are not standing idle and are working on the next version.
Eye on Linux: But were the Amazon links all that big of a deal? I didn’t think so and still don't.
OpenSource.com: That is how you get an effective DevOps culture. You embrace the open source way.
ZDNet: Installing Linux Mint on an XP PC is something any Windows power user can do.