The Raspberry Pi 4 is the latest version of the popular single-board computer. Its improved specs deliver desktop-class performance.
The first in a series of post where I share interesting Linux-y anecdotes, trivia, and tweets from the past week on Twitter, the microblogging platform.
Meet the NVIDIA Jetson Nano, a $99 developer kit with support for Ubuntu 18.04, NVIDIA CUDA toolkit, and open-source machine learning tools like TensorFlow.
Linux Kernel 5.0 has been released. It features hardware improvements, fast encryption support, and more.
Mmm, I can smell the sweet, sweet arrival of a brand new Raspberry Pi… The Raspberry Pi Foundation has unveiled the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ (also known simply as the CM3+), a sizeable update […]
Following a number of delays, Linus Torvalds has finally announced release of a Linux 4.18, the latest stable release of the Linux kernel. Announcing the arrival of Linux 4.18 on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML), Linus […]
Delicious news for all you makers out there: a brand new Raspberry Pi is available to buy. The new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is an improved version of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. […]
Raspberry Pi users can now use the Vivaldi web browser, with Vivaldi releasing an experimental ARM build of its browser through its website.
Ubuntu Core is now available for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3. To refresh your memory, Ubuntu Core is Canonical’s stripped down, streamlined, and super-secure version of Ubuntu based on Snappy. And now it’s available for […]
It's two-thirds the size of a Raspberry Pi and costs $30, but the NanoPi M1 Plus already has Ubuntu Core and Ubuntu MATE images ready to run.
The Raspberry Pi foundation has launched an updated version of its Raspberry Pi Zero to mark its 5th birthday.
Chances are you’ve seen (and cooed over) the Nintendo NES Classic, a $60 re-version of the 1980s gaming console legend. It’s cute, cheap and comes with 30 NES games pre-loaded. You also get everything you need right in […]