FOSSforce: I don't mean system stability, that is a given with Linux, but developer stability.
ServerWatch: In an exclusive video interview with ServerWatch, Balog reveals that IBM has new Power 8 servers set to be announced in October.
eWEEK: One of the big new additions is based on an initiative that Red Hat developers had originally called Project Stay Puft .
ThreatPost: Mozilla is set to add a feature to its mobile Firefox OS that will give users the ability to revoke any application’s permissions on a granular basis.
The Register: Matthew Miller is a little concerned. As the new project leader for the Fedora Linux distribution, he thinks Fedora 20 is great and Fedora 21, when it ships, will be the best release ever.
Linux.com: It’s no secret that open development is the key to rapid and continuous technology innovation.
ITworld: Frankly, I wonder sometimes why Samsung is even bothering with Tizen.
FOSSforce: With the success of Chromebooks, it's only a matter of time before the OEMs start pushing well designed laptops and desktops with customized versions of Linux installed.
LinuxGizmos: TiVo introduced a Linux-based DVR for "cordcutters" who want to eliminate cable fees by obtaining their TV content from Internet streams and OTA broadcasts.
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