Datamation: I'm the first to admit that I spend entirely too much time staring at my Android phone.
LinuxGizmos: Imagination has launched the fastest 64-bit MIPS Warrior core yet with its P6600, as well as the M6250, the first 32-bit Warrior-M CPU that runs Linux.
NetworkWorld: Major releases of three of the biggest, most prominent Linux distributions, all released within days of each other (a time now known as the holiday of Distrovus).
Oracle VirtualBox 5.0.10 adds a great number of changes, which means that it's a worthy update for all users of VirtualBox 5.0.8 or previous versions.
Datamation: SwiftStack founder and president Joe Arnold discusses the latest developments in his platform and what's next for Swift in OpenStack Mitaka.
ServerWatch: Rhodes said it's likely the market for OpenStack will shift towards large, private and hybrid cloud environments, which will be a good source of future growth for Rackspace.
The VAR Guy: Linux developer Linus Torvalds says perfect security in the open source OS is not possible, so developers should not distract themselves believing they can implement it.
EnterprisersProject: Continuous deployment can make both development and operations teams happier and more fulfilled in their jobs.
ITworld: What would you do if the chmod command on a system that you manage lost its execute permissions?
ZDnet: A recent Washington Post article entitled "Net of Insecurity" re-bundled old FUD about Linux and the internet's security.
The VAR Guy: Canonical says LXD, its open source container virtualization solution for Ubuntu Linux, outperforms VMware ESX and KVM
eWEEK: The basic premise of DNT is sublime: Simply put, it is a binary indicator for privacy preferences.
softpedia: Linux kernel 4.1.13 LTS brings numerous improvements to the ARM and ARM64 architectures
FreedomPenguin: Bcache is, for all intents and purposes, a Kernel module that allows a SSD to cache all writes if writeback mode is enabled, or caching blocks read from the main backend drive
LinuxPlanet: OpenSUSE Leap is neither purely community based nor it is entirely enterprise sourced either.
In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at the highlights of the Fedora 23 Linux release.
xmodulo: Suppose you want to configure a Linux app to send out email messages from your server or desktop.
VentureBeat: The latest data comes from W3Techs, which measures both usage and market share