• Raspberry Pi or not Raspberry Pi?

    Everyone knows Raspberry Pi, maybe everyone’s got one…but what if you want something different? The Raspberry Pi is an awesome computer for the price, but it is not the only single-board computer in the market, of course. If...

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  • Noodle Pi – The Complete Linux Handheld/Wearable Computer

    Noodle Pi, the first modern GNU/Linux handheld/wearable computer, is now in its final week on Kickstarter, having already raised over 900% of its initial funding goal.   Noodle Pi features a high resolution 3.5 inch 270 PPI...

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  • Apollo Lake CPU, Upgradeable Memory and Storage: This is the New Gigabyte’s SBC

    The new Gigabyte’s GA-SBCAP3350 offers more power and modularity than its main rival: the Raspberry Pi. This sbc measures 146 x 102mm, which is nearly twice the size of the Raspberry Pi at 85 x 56mm. Gigabyte’s board looks more like...

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  • DIY a Pi 1986 Wireless Intercom

    To prove that ‘retro’ is not only for games, the Intructable user MisterM started this “Google Pi Intercom” project. The name might be a bit misleading, because it is essential a makeshift Google Home that is activated...

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  • FlyPi: 3D Printed, Low Cost and Open Source Lab Equipment

    The pursuit of neuroscience can be costly, particularly when it comes to lab equipment. Costs of commercially-available solutions can easily run into the tens or even hundreds of thousands; as a result, top-level research and training often...

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  • Mouser Now Offers The Powerful Open Source UDOO x86 SBC

    We spoke about the UDOO Kickstarter campaign just over a year ago. From this month, the  powerful x86 single board computers are available on Mouser.com. The open source X86 combines the power of a PC with prototyping...

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  • PiCar-V is perfect for your Raspberry Pi-Powered Car

    Available now at Android Community Deals for $149.99, the PiCar-V is an open source robot learning kit on Raspberry Pi, and this deal even includes your own Raspberry Pi 3 board. The kit includes all the hardware...

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  • FlytBase Cloud: Internet of Drones Platform

    While drones are commonly included in discussions about the Internet of Things (IoT), FlytBase says that developing communication protocols for drones is different than other elements of IoT. “Drones, are deployed in smaller fleets, have large lithium-based...

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  • Intel Takes a Step Back In The Internet-of-things

    A few weeks ago,  Intel has quietly discontinued its three SBC boards, the Joule, Edison and Galileo. To summarise the hardware, Edison was to be the platform for wearable manufacturers to use, Galileo went after the famous Raspberry Pi’s low-cost...

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  • Ubuntu Core OS is now available for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3

    Engineered as a micro-version of the Raspberry Pi 3 SBC, the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3) device was announced back in January to provide a general-purpose, cost-efficient and more simple single-board computer that can be easily slotted in...

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  • Banana Pi BPI-M2 Berry: the Allwinner R40 SBC with SATA support at $32

    Banana Pi (BPi) is a series of RPi-similar (not compatible) boards manufactured by the Chinese company Sinovoip. Like the RPi, several versions exist. SinoVoip’s Banana Pi project has introduced a variation on its $40 Banana Pi M2...

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  • Q.bo One is the Open Source Robot Kit Based on Raspberry Pi and Arduino

    A new type of consumer-tier robot has launched, and it is called Q.bo One. This model, unlike ones before it, is open source and designed for anyone to build. The robot utilizes a simple programming language called Scratch, while...

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  • The Raspberry Pi 3 is the most desired maker SBC

    This is the interesting result of the “2017 hacker board survey” by Linuxgizmos.com. The 2017 Hacker Board Survey is the annual Linuxgizmos reader survey of open-spec, Linux- or Android-ready single board computers priced under $200. Raspberry Pi...

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  • Raspberry Pi Malware Targets Unsecure Devices

    A Linux malware, Linux.MulDrop.14, that infects Raspberry Pi devices has been detected. The malware was spotted around the mid of May 2017 with the aim of mining cryptocurrency on Raspberry Pi devices with Rasberry Pi 2 being...

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  • Evezor, the Open Source Manufacturing Platform for all your needs

    A developer based in Chicago has created a new open source robotic arm and manufacturing platform called Evezor which is capable of taking you from prototype into production and offers a variety of different skills: 3D Print,...

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  • Julia: Raspberry Pi Free and Open Source Programming Language

    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts looking for a way to open up new possibilities with the Raspberry Pi mini PC range may be interested in the free, open source general-purpose programming language Julia. The team behind the Julia programming...

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  • 3D Printed Physical Device for Internet Privacy Control

    A Spanish designer duo Roman Terre and Angeles Angulo have built a prototype of a rather simpler privacy solution called Thero. Their 3D printed internet connected device is still a concept that looks like a crystal made out of concrete,...

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  • RandA & Raspberry Pi 3: what’s new

      RandA has been updated to be compatible with the 3rd version of Raspberry Pi: let’s going deep and explain all the new features. As you probably know, if you are familiar with the evolution of the...

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