eWEEK: Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth announces new hardware partnerships and explains how Ubuntu Linux will make money as an Android alternative.
Opensource.com: There are dozens of other excellent alternative solutions to proprietary software and thousands of open source projects that can serve small businesses.
GamingOnLinux: WazHack looks pretty interesting, it looks like a platformer, but it is actually rogue-like with lots of items, monsters and sticky situations
xmodulo: While a MAC address is a manufacturer-assigned hardware address, it can actually be modified by a user.
HowToForge: PageSpeed Beta is available for nginx, the nginx equivalent of mod_pagespeed for Apache.
LinuxGizmos: Planet unveiled a Linux-based, 16-channel network video recorder called the NVR-1620, with dual HDD bays, dual displays, and up to 2560 x 1920 resolution.
IT World: The SteamOS doubters don't understand what Valve is doing.
Linux User & Developer: One of the features being worked on for Wayland is multi-touch, and new implementations have just been added to support proper multi-touch gestures.
Datamation: The key difference is that I choose to use an operating system where the key support comes from the community, and not from some large corporation.
The Linux Rain: Evolve OS is a new upcoming Linux distribution based on openSUSE and sporting a new desktop environment based on the Gnome 3 stack.
eWEEK: The effort led by Mirantis could reshape the way vendor certifications are done in the cloud.
liquidat: Ansible now fits right in between these two classes of tools: it does provide the possibility to serve recipes from a central server, but does not require the clients to run any other agent but ssh.
OSTATIC: March Shuttleworth posted that Ubuntu will be supporting systemd rather than its own Upstart initiation system.
TecMint: As we all know that JBoss AS has been renamed to WildFly. A lots of new features has been added and lots of has been upgraded.
OpenSource.com: Open source will produce the next generation of high performance computing clusters that underlie big data analysis and applications.
siliconANGLE: The debate started off with Furrier noting there is quite obviously a shift going on in the market. What exactly that shift entails is, as yet, still undecided.
GamingOnLinux: I thought it was about time I gave some limelight to some really great open source game engines that work on Linux
OpenSource.com: Like any open source community, OpenStack has its local quirks when it comes to getting involved in the project.
ITworld: Did anybody ever really think that Google would be the one that might introduce Linux to the broader desktop market?
Wazi: Server resource limits help you maximize system availability in situations where different users (possibly multiple business clients) share a single environment and none should be allowed to overload it.