LinuxGizmos: LinkSprite unveiled a "pcDuino Acadia 1" SBC that runs Linux or Android on a 1.2GHz Freescale i.MX6 Quad SoC and features eMMC flash and dual microSD slots.
eWEEK The impact of the hacked Apple iCloud images spreads to Google, but is the search giant actually responsible?
ServerWatch: IBM today is expanding its POWER8 server lineup as part of the company's continuing effort to provide a competitive alternative Intel x86 based server systems.
GamingOnLinux: I remember the days of old when "Linux has no games!" was a common argument against using it.
tuxarena: Calibre, the document viewer and organizer (also called an e-library), has received another major update
El Reg: Open-source cloud's own openness a problem
EveryDayLinuxUser: Is there enough to set Play Linux apart from Mint, Ubuntu and Zorin?"
ITworld: The open source nature of Android has always been a mixed blessing for Google.
LinuxBSDos: Called the ARM mbed IoT Device Platform
ZDnet: Red Hat's new storage server does more than just help you get a handle on your enterprise storage.
eWEEK: Shellshock is getting NASty. The vulnerability is being exploited in network-attached storage devices, FireEye reports.
MakeUseOf: Elementary OS is a Linux distribution that has been making waves as of late.
NoobsLab: Angry IP scanner is free and open-source (IP and port scanner) tool released under GPLv2 license.
ComputerWorldUK: Although I wish the new project well, I find it rather sad that Mozilla can't see that its own support for DRM on the Web contradicts everything it is doing here
Instructables: Here's the basic idea. With Arduino, it's really easy to connect boatloads of cheap sensors.
Neowin: The program also has a built-in amplitude-envelope editor, a customizable spectrogram mode, and a frequency-analysis window for audio-analysis applications.
So why did I decide to make Telescope open source in the first place? It’d be easy to answer with typical clichés about “giving back to the community” or “believing in free software”.
HowToSpotter: Almost every person associated with the web industry realizes the fact that open source solutions tend to produce better and cost-effective results.