LinuzGizmos: Nvidia has launched a stripped-down, quad -A57 Jetson Nano module with a CUDA-ready 128-core Maxwell GPU
NetworkWorld: There's a lot more to printing from the Linux command line than the lp command. Check out some of the many available options.
A terminal multiplexer allows you to turn your terminal into an even more incredible powerhouse
TechRepublic: Keep clients and users apprised of server downtime with the Cachet status page system.
Phoronix: Google used the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC 2019) to officially unveil "Stadia" as their cloud-based game streaming service formerly known as Project Stream.
fossBytes: he MATE project started as a fork of GNOME 2 long back in 2011 following the poor reception of GNOME 3.
ComputerWorldUK: The company mentioned its independence no less than 12 times in a recent notice to the press. Flush with investor money, can the business finally steer its own ship to success?
opensource.com: Customize your website by self-hosting openly licensed fonts.
eWEEK: Portworx Enterprise 2.1 adds new capabilities to its' cloud-native Kubernetes data management platform, improving resilience and security.
FOSSforce: Has FOSS traded its shared values for success in the marketplace?
CouchPotato helps you in downloading movies automatically, easily and in the best quality as soon as they are available
MakeTechEasier: ss stands for Socket Statistics.
Linuxize: ZIP is the most widely used archive file format that supports lossless data compression
LinuxMagazine: Use the browser-based Cockpit tool to monitor and administer multiple Linux servers without leaving your desk.
OMG!Ubuntu: The GNOME 3.34 release date is set, and the full release schedule for the new development cycle finalised.
Cookie is a free and open source template-based file generator that speeds up the process of writing scripts, Makefiles, LaTeX documents, and other one-off files.
Linux.com: The Mageia Welcome App is a boon for new Linux users.
LinuxJournal: Create handy command-line utilities in Rust.
LinuxInsider: Time-tracking software records the time you spend on tasks.