LinuxJournal: Linux can't be understood in terms of hierarchy. Neither can the Internet. That's because both are examples of heterarchy at work.
OpenSource.com: Udo is Section Manager for Linux Strategy and Server Automation at Amadeus Data Processing GmbH and will be giving a talk with Vijay Bellur at DevNation in San Francisco
ZDnet: The new release of the commercial version of the popular NGINX Web server looks like it will bring great performance improvements.
oVirt: Last week, the oVirt Project delivered a new version of its open source virtualization management system, complete with a feature I've eagerly awaited for the past two years.
GamingOnLinux: Today Epic Games is bringing the dynamite with news about Unreal Engine 4.1 and it's Linux/SteamOS support.
eWEEK VIDEO: Cisco's Rebecca Jacoby explains what the role of CIO is and where the source of truth rests within the network.
Tux Arena: OpenTTD 1.4.0, a free clone of the Transport Tycoon Deluxe game, has seen a new release.
Xmodulo: In this demonstration, we will be using a self-signed certificate. It is assumed that Apache web server is already installed on CentOS.
Softpedia: Microsoft is only thinking about app convergence, having the same codebase for an app that is running on different platforms, but Canonical has a much wider view.
OpenSource.com: Aside from making OpenShift technically easy to build, develop, and test against, Origin's open community culture also makes it easy to collaborate together efficiently.
The Verge: Google could have big plans in store for the way that it and other smartphone makers sell and advertise their best Android phones.
WIRED: Andrew "bunnie" Huang and Sean "xobs" Cross want to sell you a laptop you can completely trust.
ZDnet: ABI Research predicts that Chromebook sales will continue to increase and reach 11 million shipments worldwide by 2019.
EveryDayLinuxUser: Find out how SparkyLinux got started, who it's for, how Pavroo stays motivated and what you should do if you are thinking of starting a distro.
GamingOnLinux: Tropico 5 the fantastic looking city-building sim that will arrive on Linux is to officially launch next month.
ZDnet: Recognizing that it can't keep up with the Dropboxes of the cloud storage world, Canonical elects to shut down its Ubuntu One file service.
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.