Tech Week Europe: Tizen has been described as everything from "a troubled child" to "dead in the water", but analysts still believe it has the best chance of the four major open source mobile operating systems.
ZDNet: BlackBerry is a sick company. Will a dose of Android apps give it a shot at health?
xmodulo: Ghost is a relatively new blog publishing platform which started out as a $25,000 Kickstarter project.
LinuxUser: The Raspberry Pi is selling much faster than expected, shifting two million boards since launch, a million of which sold over the last eight to nine months
opensource.com: We've searched the Internet and consulted with the open source geeks in our lives to identify some of 2013's coolest open source-related gifts for the holidays.
ITworld: There have been disturbing reports in the media about Linux Mint having security problems.
LinuxGizmos: Slovakia-based Fedeval and its Voipac manufacturing partner are prepping an open source computer-on-module and baseboard built around Freescale's dual-core i.MX6 system-on-chip.
CNET: Google programmers have been working on a revised camera interface that exposes new features to Android app programmers.
OpenSource.com: We've searched the Internet and consulted with the open source geeks in our lives to identify some of 2013's coolest open source-related gifts for the holidays.
The Register: Three journalists who worked on the UK newsstand publication Linux Format have struck out on their own and are using crowdfunding to get a new magazine off the ground.
Wazi: Most people install WordPress through its web interface using a browser, but did you know you can also install WordPress from the Linux command line?
CNET: Linux fans apparently can at least take heart that the project is still alive.
The VAR Guy: As a high-end machine that is powered by Ubuntu Linux and comes with cloud programming tools built in to the software stack, the Sputnik laptop's target audience is developers.
ZDNet: The two millionth Raspberry Pi board has been sold, less than two years after the $35 credit card-sized Linux board launched.
eWEEK: VIDEO: Avi Kivity, developer of the open-source KVM hypervisor, explains how he got his code into the Linux kernel and why KVM is still popular.
Muktware: Ubuntu developer Oliver Grawert does not prefer to do online banking with Linux Mint. The reason being its unsecure handling of packaging upgrades that could leave the system vulnerable to attacks.
xmodulo: There are several well-known commercial flowchart and diagram software available, e.g., Visio on Windows, OmniGraffle on MacOS X. Then what about Linux?
Softpedia: Dubbed Petra, Linux Mint 16 will be the conclusion of six months of hard work, bringing users the latest and greatest open source Linux technologies
eWEEK: In any given year, I see the names of a lot of different security researchers that come to prominence for one reason or another. In the last two years, one name that has risen to the top is that of a security researcher only publicly known by the alias "Pinkie Pie."
ITworld: You can use GNOME Tweak Tool and Unity Tweak Tool to change your configuration options in Ubuntu 13.10.