• Peeqo Is the World’s First Robot To Interact Through GIFs

    Programmer and maker Abhishek Singh  is currently running a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for Peeqo, the robot that responds in videos and GIFs. He launched the campaign for Peeqo February 12 after a pair of Reddit posts (here and here) detailing the...

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  • FruitNanny: The electronic guardian

      The electronic guardian who watches over our baby’s rest periods and environmental conditions of their room. Sometimes, when “browsing” the web in search of solutions to common problems, we happen to run into projects which are...

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  • Valve Brings Steam Link app to Raspberry Pi

    Steam is a digital distribution platform developed by Valve Corporation for purchasing and playing video games that was first launched in 2003 for Windows computer only. More recently the company released Steam Link app that allows players...

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  • Creating a 3G Raspberry Pi Smartphone

    Dylan Radcliffe has recently created his new 3G Raspberry pi smartphone, that he called rCrumbl. The Pi, a TFT display, and a camera is stuffed into the phone’s housing, along with power delivery components and a physical button....

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  • Raspberry Pi-style Odroid-H2: World’s First Intel Gemini Lake Hacker Board

    The ODROID-H2 is one of the first SBCs to integrate the cutting-edge x86 Intel Gemini Lake SoC. It brings the power of a low-end PC to a single-board computer (SBC). Hardkernel is planning to begin mass production...

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  • NanoPi M4: the most affordable Rockchip RK3399 based SBC

    The NanoPi M4 is designed for applications including machine learning, AI, deep learning, robots, industrial control, industrial cameras, advertisement machines, game machines, and blockchain. Like FriendlyElec’s other Linux-friendly NanoPi and NanoPC boards, the board ships with open...

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  • Raspberry Pi Power-over-Ethernet HAT board for $20

    The $20, 802.3af-compliant Raspberry Pi PoE HAT allows delivery of up to 15W over the Raspberry Pi 3 B+’s USB-based GbE port without reducing the port’s up to 300Mbps bandwidth. Power over Ethernet is a widely adopted...

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  • Bring Windows OS to your DIY Watch

    The Windows Wrist Watch 2.0 boots the classic Windows 95, 98 and XP operating systems on the Raspberry Pi and displays them on a wearable four-inch touchscreen. The “watch” itself also looks rather clunky, and is basically akin to...

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  • Nanomesher Introduces 3 Out-of-the-Box Kits Perfect for Your Pi

    The engineers and programmers at Nanomesher want to push the boundaries of what we can do with single board computers, and they want to encourage everyone to come into the hobby. Their current Kickstarter campaign is introducing a weather station, a...

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