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Here's what you missed. ASUS’s Raspberry Pi Alternative Comes With 4K Support • The Official Call Of Cthulhu Game Looks A Bit Like The Evil Within • The Sims 4 Celebrity House Update. Tilda Swinton Saves Drake’s Life • Realistic Pokemon Sure Look Terrifying More »      

Blynk Makes Creating Mobile Apps to Power Arduino or Raspberry Pi Projects a Little Easier

Android/iOS: If you want to control a Raspberry Pi or Arduino connected device from your phone, you’d usually need to know at least some programming. Blynk is an app that makes it easier to control those devices from your phone. Read more...

A Motherboard Manufacturer’s Take On A Raspberry Pi Competitor

In the almost five years since the launch of the original Raspberry Pi we have seen a huge array of competitors emerge in the inexpensive single board computer market. Many have created their own form factors, but an increasing number...Show More Summary

ASUS Launches 'Tinker Board', Its Raspberry Pi Competitor With 4K Support

It doesn't matter if you want a computer the size of a card, a thumb drive or dice box -- there's a manufacturer out there that has you covered. You can now count ASUS in that mix, with the launch of its "Tinker Board", a Cortex-powered mini-machine aimed at the Raspberry Pi crowd. More »      

Build Your Own Smartphone-Connected Door Lock With a Raspberry Pi

You can purchase a smart lock that you control with your phone easily enough, but it’s much more fun to actually make one yourself. YouTubers Hacker House make one with a Raspberry Pi. Read more...

Today’s Hottest Deals: Save BIG on Kevlar Reinforced Micro USB Cables, Munchkin Deluxe, Raspberry Pi, and MORE!

For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are some great deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning, starting with this pack of 5 kevlar-reinforced micro USB cables from Anker, which are hands down the absolute best micro USB cables I’ve ever owned. Show More Summary

Building Your Own Classic Game Console, A DIY RetroPi Project With Raspberry Pi

Retro gaming made a major resurgence this past holiday season, with the release of Nintendo’s ultra-hyped NES Classic, a scaled down clone of the original Nintendo Entertainment System. Out of the box, the NES Classic has thirty preloaded game titles, though some recent hacks exposed a method for uploading more if you're willing to mess with...

ZeroPhone gives Smartphones the Raspberry (Pi)

There are several open source phones out there these days, but all of them have a downside. Hard to obtain parts, hard to solder, or difficult programming systems abound. [Arsenijs] is looking to change all that with ZeroPhone. ZeroPhone is based upon the popular Raspberry Pi Zero. Show More Summary

The Morning After: Wednesday, January 18 2017

It's Wednesday morning and Raspberry Pi has made a super-powered PC-on-a-stick, the state of AAA cloud gaming and a look at the Army's prototype hoverbike. Grab your coffee. We'll wait.

Wire a Raspberry Pi Zero Directly Into a Power Supply for a Low-Profile Computer

The Pi Zero is awesome because it’s so small, but it still requires all kinds of cables and chargers. Over on NODE, they show off how to build the Pi Zero into a USB hub and power supply for an all-in-one computer. Read more...

Raspberry Pi has a fancy new toy for its most demanding fans

There's a powerful new toy for DIY-ers who love to customize their gadgets—and it'll only set you back $30. The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced the Compute Module 3 (CM3) on Monday, a new board that will help manufacturers produce cost effective, high quality hardware. Show More Summary

Raspberry Pi’s tiny new compute module shifts into overdrive

Pushing the envelope for embedded and Internet of Things devices, the Raspberry Pi Foundation just announced the launch of the next iteration of its “flexible form factor” personal computer-on-a-chip known as Compute Module 3. By “flexible...Show More Summary

Raspberry Pi Introduces Compute Module 3, Lite Version, And IO Board

The products are based on the consumer-focused Raspberry Pi 3 released in February 2016, with modifications for business customers.

Temperature Sensing – Predix On Pi

Hooking up a Raspberry Pi to Predix; reading data from a file system and flowing that data into Predix without the need for manual intervention.

How To Save an Old Laptop By Installing This Free OS

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The new and improved default OS for the Raspberry Pi isn’t just for hobbyist computer boards any longer. Thanks to an experimental version of the Linux-based software for PCs and Macs, you can use it to reinvigorate an old laptop and get a few more years out of an aging machine. Read more...

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3: Australian Specs And Pricing

The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (CM3) has just been launched and it comes with twice the RAM and around 10 times the CPU performance than its original predecessor. Here’s what you need to know about CM3, including specs and local pricing. More »      

Review: Hammer-Installed Solderless Raspberry Pi Pin Headers

A few days ago we reported on a new product for owners of the Raspberry Pi Zero, a set of solderless header pins that had a novel installation method involving a hammer. We were skeptical that they would provide a good contact, and preferred to stick with the tried-and-trusted soldered pins. Show More Summary

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 launches at $30, ready to power up in other products

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the Compute Module 3, a slimmed-down Raspberry Pi missing the SD card and other sockets for embedding in other products.

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