WIRED: Ram Sriharsha works in the engine room powering one of Silicon Valley’s most influential companies. He’s an engineer at Yahoo.
nixCraft: You may get frustrated when you see it is going to take 22 hours to rebuild the array. You can always increase the speed of Linux Software RAID 0/1/5/6 reconstruction using the following five tips.
Linux User & Developer: Avoid Prism and the NSA with the Electronic Frontier Foundation's guide to maintaining your privacy – comprised of free and open source software.
TechCrunch: Android home gaming consoles are nearly arriving for the consumer market, but one at least needs a little more time in the oven to bake.
The Register: The European Commission has asked mobile telecoms firms and manufacturers of devices to provide details of any agreements they have with Google regarding the use of the technology giant's Android operating system.
OSTATIC: Not much else is ready, but there is an ISO. Downloading is slow going, but that's not a completely bad thing.
The VAR Guy: The French revolutionary Georges Danton famously said, "After bread, education is the people's first need."
LinuxUser: The latest in the Webconverger line of internet kiosk distros is out now
DarkDuck: An interview with Anne Nicolas, the chairperson of Mageia.org association.
LinuxGizmos: Parrot has updated its Linux-based AR.Drone 2.0 quadrocopter with an optional 18-minute battery, as well as a "black box" Flight Recorder option for saving GPS data.
ZDnet: If you want a really fast computer, then Linux is your operating system and Intel may be your chip manufacturer.
DatabaseJournal: There are a number of different ways of achieving high availability and scalability with the open source MySQL database.
EnterpriseAppsToday: The CRM software maker targets an evolving workforce with new user options and email marketing features.
eSecurityPlanet: If you use Java, you know the drill: It's time to update for security vulnerabilities once again.
InternetNews: From the 'Indemnify Me' files:
Developer.com: The SVN 1.8 release also helps to further Subversion project answer the question of why to use SVN instead of Git.
WSJ: With about three-quarters of Samsung's operating profit coming from the division that makes mobile devices, there is no getting around the fact that a drop-off in smartphone sales would be punishing.
Linux User & Developer: Google Reader is on its way out, so what's the best way to keep your feeds organised client side?
Linux Gizmos: The Cheetah-cub Robot, which runs real-time Xenomai Linux on an x86-based RoBoard control board, mimics the biomechanics of a cat to increase the speed and stability of it quadroped legs.
OSTATIC: It's becoming clear that Red Hat sees cloud computing as the key to the next steps in its evolution.