NetworkWorld: Ratpoison should be sent to The Hague and put on trial for crimes against humanity.
Linux.com: “We view open source as a companion to AWS's business model”
LinuxGizmos: TI has launched a Linux-friendly, 1.4GHz quad-core Cortex-A15 AM5K2Ex Keystone II SoC, that runs at under 10W and offers 10GbE switches and 6MB on-chip RAM.
blackmoreops: After installing NVIDIA driver, my display was stuck at 640x480 and no matter what I do, nothing fixed it.
The VAR Guy: FoundationDB has released SQL Layer, an open source SQL database that complements the company's NoSQL data storage platform.
eWEEK: The Linux vendor breaks with its past and builds a new server management platform from open-source project
SelekTOR: Tor GUI With Country Exit Node Selection, Useful To Bypass Country Restrictions For Various Websites
webup8: SelekTOR is an open source Java-based GUI front-end for the Tor Client which has a few advantages over Vidalia (the official Tor GUI)
GamingOnLinux: This is not fun news to wake up to.
FOSSforce: To illustrate the point of the "fast lane/slow lane" approach proposed by the Federal Communications Commission, some of the biggest tech players today are leading a symbolic "Internet Slowdown"
DarkDuck: There are two questions: 1. Are you waiting for Ubuntu 14.10 release? 2. Are you planning to update/upgrade/install Ubuntu 14.10 on your computer?
LinuxGizmos: Samsung and Oculus have joined forces on a 3DOF "Gear VR" virtual reality headset with 96-degree FOV that uses a 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 4 as a computer and display.
Datamation: Linux myths are many and varied, yet a look beneath the surface reveals how mistaken they are.
LinuxPlanet: The Tails 1.0 release debuted on April 29 and Tails 1.1 came out on July 22. The Tails 1.1.1 update was released on September 2 and provides bug and security fixes.
xmodulo: Commercial cloud storage services such as Amazon S3 and Google Storage offer highly available, scalable, infinite-capacity object store at affordable costs.
softpedia: Linux Mint users will soon have access to a cool new (and old) option that will allow for the customization of folders with emblems.
betanews: You see, most manufacturers build their machines with only Windows in mind.
LinuxGizmos: Daqri is prepping an Android-based augmented reality "Smart Helmet" that integrates 360-degree camera views, plus 3D depth and inertial movement sensors.
InfoWorld: Desktop workloads and server workloads have different needs, and it's high time Linux consider a split to more adequately address them