LinuxGizmos: The OpenWRT project has released version 14.07 RC1 of its lightweight router and IoT oriented Linux distribution, adding IPv6 support and faster startup.
Datamation: Google is out with a new version of its Chrome web browser, providing users with new features and security fixes for over two dozen vulnerabilities.
Linux.com: Have you ever wondered what the workspace of the world's most famous developer looks like?
LinuxGizmos: Intel announced an updated, slightly larger Galileo Gen 2 version of its Arduino-compatible Galileo SBC, and expects to start shipping it in August.
ZDnet: Only months after acquiring Inktank, Ceph's parent company, Red Hat has released the next version of this open source, distributed storage system.
opensource.com: Spencer Hunley, and autistic professional and current board member of the Autism Society of the Heartland, overviews the current state of open source accessibility software.
LinuxJournal: If you've always wanted to launch a model rocket, but never had that really cool middle-school science teacher that showed everyone how, check out OpenRocket.
The GNU Compiler Collection version 4.9.1 has been released.
InternetNews: From the 'What Follows Juno'? files
EverydayLinuxUser: How many of you bought a Raspberry PI that is now lying around doing nothing?
LinuxGizmos: National Instruments unveiled a 2 x 3-inch module that runs real-time Linux on a Xilinx hybrid ARM/FPGA SoC
opensource.com: What made Docker the sensation it is today?
ITWorld: Why would someone involved with Debian move toward Apple's OS X and away from Linux?
eSecurityPlanet: When developers of the TrueCrypt disk encryption program warned the open source project was insecure, it left users hanging.
eWEEK: Barely 90 days after Red Hat acquired Inktank, a major new release of Inktank Ceph Enterprise debuts.
ZDnet: Public PCs aren't safe, so what's a PC user to do? Carry a Linux distribution on a USB stick in their backpocket of course!
LinuxInsider: The KDE integration is much more controlled in KaOS than in other Linux choices.
HowToGeek: Linux distributions tend to use two different types of release cycles: standard releases and rolling releases.
LinuxConfig: Are you working on a project and need to submit your progress, statistics or perhaps you need to calculate a value of your code?
BusinessInsider: The world of open-source software is even more male than the general tech industry. (Yes, that's possible.)