OMGubuntu: You don’t need to look through powerful binoculars to glimpse what’s looming on the horizon for Ubuntu.
Linux.com: This year's list of the top 10 cool Linux-based gifts has dropped the price limit from $500 to $400, with seven candidates falling below $300.
InternetNews: "If you want to be open-source and you want to make a difference, you have to be radically different and present a significantly newer way of doing things."
MakeUseOf: While the GIMP may be a great tool for image manipulation, it’s not the most ideal one when it comes to scalable graphics.
LinuxInsider: Is Chrome or Chromium more secure?
GeekyGadgets: If you enjoy tinkering with home automation devices and systems you might be interested in Ninja Blocks, which are small open source cloud enabled computers that can sense their environment.
Softpedia: The battle for the gamers' attention is slowly moving away from the PC desk to the couch in the living-room.
HowtoForge: This tutorial explains how to install Debian testing with the help of debootstrap from a Grml Live Linux system.
Gaming Blend: The Steam Machine from iBuyPower will come with a 500GB hard drive, Wi-Fi support, Bluetooth support and Valve's patented Steam Controller.
VB: What if a database existed that could support popular SQL querying but also could scale like a NoSQL database?
Softpedia: Even if all the music players go unmaintained, there's still the terminal.
Xmodulo: This tutorial assumes that you have a running Ubuntu Server, that networking has been set up, and that you have ssh access.
LinuxCareer: This article focuses on the top three groups of IT skills that were in the highest demand in the last quarter (Jul-Sep 2013).
VB: Zemlin gave us the skinny on how and why GNU/Linux remains the most secure option for concerned consumers.
ReadWrite: Developers can be a fickle bunch.
Linux notes from DarkDuck: Today I will show you a video about keyboard layouts configuration in MATE.
OSTATIC: Some interesting headlines have jumped out of the RSS reader in the last couple of days.
PC World: BlackBerry is making it easier for Android applications to run on its latest smartphones.
Datamation: Ubuntu and Canonical are still having community problems -- and at least part of the problem is their public statements and actions.
Tecmint: It is nothing but Gentoo with Pentoo Overlay.