eWeek shares a slideshow of notable data from the recent Linux Development Report
From: Linux Foundation
By Preston Gralla Do you have a favorite Android app that you wish you could run on your Windows tablet or laptop? Well, now you can. A new program called DuOS-M runs full-blown Android as its own Windows application, so that you run almost any Android app on a Windows 7/8/8.1 system.
The second alpha release of the forthcoming Rust 1.0 is now available and it marks the landing of all major API revisions for this programming language’s major milestone…
Linux.com: Corbet’s own analysis found 115 kernel CVE’s in 2014, or a vulnerability every three days.
From: Linux Today
By Cody Brooks Father of the Internet and Google Vice President Vint Cerf has issued a warning to photographers and data storage lovers at large: Physically print your data or risk losing it to a digital dark age.
By lsteam Elementary OS 0.3 Freya Beta 2 has been released by Elementary OS Team, based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and featuring with pantheon desktop environment, it comes with various User Interface improvements, UEFI/SecureBoot support, better and more discoverable multitasking
VentureBeat: Facebook is giving away a tool it built to spot errors in Android application code.
From: Linux Today
By Ron Miller This week, we look at Amazon package delivery being pressured by apps born in the cloud who might be using AWS (talk about irony), universities preparing students for the cloud future and an overview of infrastructure service providers.
Earlier this week we wrote about plans for Xfce 4.12 to finally be released and that it was being targeted for the end of February. Unlike failed Xfce 4.12 plans of the past few years, it looks like this release will actually pan out in one week’s time…
Version 7.9 of the GNU Debugger is now available with numerous new features…