ITworld: Chrome for Linux provides almost all of the features of a Chromebook
opensource.com: See how a Twitter-controlled desk lamp exemplifies how open source tools help us do amazing things with powerful technologies.
softpedia: If anyone had any doubts about the commitment of Valve to the Linux operating systems, they should be put to rest with the latest SteamOS sale.
Datamation: Google is paying out $52,000 in security awards as part of the new browser release.
opensource.com: Initially, Hadoop implementation required skilled teams of engineers and data scientists, making Hadoop too costly and cumbersome for many organizations.
The VAR Guy: Red Hat has launched a new program called Cloud Innovation Practice, which will provide support and consultation services to organizations setting up clouds.
LinuxGizmos: Nvidia's $199 STB version of Nvidia Shield runs Android TV on a Tegra X1, and boasts 4K video, 50 optimized games, and game streaming from a "Grid" service.
HowToForge: Deja Dup is a nice graphical wrapper around the command line backup tool duplicity.
eWEEK: The Docker-centric Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.1 is generally available, and RHEL 7.1 also came out today.