OMG Ubuntu: Do you recall Ubuntu Light?
LinuxInsider: Rebellin Linux is a smart-looking, fast distro that is both lightweight and secure. It is well worth checking out.
Phoronix: A change made in the recent release of systemd 230 makes it easy for rogue user processes to be able to spy on your desktop, assuming a few conditions are met.
EnterprisersProject: Laugh, it's good for you (and your code).
softpedia: Birds Linux 8.0 has been in development for the past three months
DarkDuck: KDE version of CentOS isn't all that friendly
Datamation: Google's plans for Android and ChromeOS will most certainly have a massive effect on computing at many levels.
FOSSforce: The initial reaction from the FOSS community to Android Apps on Chromebooks will probably be a little cooler than lukewarm
FOSSbytes: Kali Linux is one of the most popular Linux-based distributions being used by ethical hackers.
EnterpriseAppsToday: Hadoop has been hamstrung by complexity
HowToForge: Zypper is the command line package manager for openSUSE
Linux kernel 3.12.60 LTS arrives approximately one month after the release of the previous maintenance version
softpedia: Software Boutique, the graphical package manager of the Ubuntu MATE Linux operating system, now comes with an initial search feature called Boutique Search
tecmint: Some basic, yet useful tips how to optimize and fine tune the performance of MySQL/MariaDB
softpedia: Black Lab Linux 7.6.1 arrives today for users of the Black Lab Linux 7.6 OS,
InternetNews: We're currently inside of the two week merge window where code is being pulled in to form the Linux 4.7 kernel.
GamingOnLinux: Open source rocks! A fellow named kozec has created a user mode driver (based on another) and a UI for interacting with the Steam Controller.
CIO.com: Hey, either Macs don't count much on the desktop, or we may have to finally lay the 'year of the Linux desktop' joke to rest
opensource.com: Did Eric Raymond's The Cathedral and the Bazaar accurately predict the future of software development?
ostechnix: Yum Extender, also known as yumex, is a graphical frontend for Yum/DNF package manager.