InternetNews: from the 'Hosting Linux' files:
InfoWorld: There's no other way to say it: Metro is a touch UI that has no business on a desktop or laptop screen.
IT News: An open standard proposal by mapping giant Esri has failed after a backlash from open source developers within the geospatial community led it to withdraw from the process.
PC World: It has virtually all the features of the commercial edition, with one major exception: All apps created with it must be open-source.
Softpedia: Long story short, during your next update, you will encounter an error message
ZDnet: Can the open-source, Linux-based Firefox mobile operating system become a mobile-space player?
techdrivein: Ubuntu 13.04 has a number of very important qualities, significant performance improvement being one of them.
LinuxGizmos: Several Android tablets running on Intel Clover Trail+ Atom processors broke cover at Computex Taiwan
ITworld: Knowing how and when to use the escape character can make your day, but commands get a little hairy when you first have to escape your escape.
Datamation: Mozilla is gearing up for a major user interface overhaul for the open source Firefox web browser.
Linux User: Cinnamon 2.0 will be a completely independent desktop environment, Clement Lefebvre reveals to Linux User & Developer in an exclusive interview.
LinuxPlanet: Since the beginning the Linux desktop era, users and pundits have been asking when the year of the Linux desktop would be here.
Linux Journal: Science-fiction geeks have very specific definitions for their (okay, "our") jargon.
Softpedia: Arch Linux 2013.06.01 is now available for download on mirrors worldwide.
Tecmint: Keeping that beauty and dignity of Linux Mint in mind, let's start installation process with ease.
FOSS Force: Well, that's really not the question. Most of you probably don't have a web server.
The Australian: If Motorola, which also makes Android phones, sets a low price to grab market share, it could help drain rivals' profit pools.
Washington Post: It's partly named for the know-it-all postal worker on the long-running TV sitcom "Cheers."