Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS supports Raspberry Pi 3 Geeky Gadgets Following on from the announcement and release of the latest Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS operating system for desktop, server, and cloud. Raspberry Pi enthusiasts.
ZDNet Raspberry Pi Zero W, hands-on: A very welcome new member of the family ZDNet The Raspberry Pi Zero: original (left), v1.2 (centre), and W (right). Image: J.A. Watson
By all accounts, the pilot expansion of Picademy to the United States has been a huge success. In fact, we’ve already held three workshops and inducted 120 new Raspberry Pi Certified Educators on U.S. soil.
Windows Central Windows 10 IoT Core Insider Preview updated to support Raspberry Pi 3 Windows Central Hot on the heels of the announcement of the new $35 Raspberry Pi 3 board, Microsoft has issued an update for the Windows 10 IoT Core Insider Preview. It allows the “Internet of Things” version of the OS to be used by the newest member of the Raspberry … Windows 10 IoT Insider Preview adds support for Raspberry Pi 3 Neowin Raspberry Pi 3 brings “even more possibilities for IoT and embedded projects” for just $35 Inferse all 11 news articles »
Pros and cons of Windows 10 IoT for Raspberry Pi and Arduino builds ZDNet Anecdotally, at least, it's a Linux crowd. If nothing else, the maker movement has grown up with an open source mentality.
ZDNet Hands-On: More adventures with Manjaro-ARM for the Raspberry Pi 2 ZDNet In my previous post I celebrated the announcement of Manjaro-ARM Linux for the Raspberry Pi 2. I installed it on my Pi 2 with no problems, and I was ready to continue experimenting and investigating with two major objectives – how complete/stable is it …
ZDNet Raspberry Pi : New releases of Raspbian and NOOBS ZDNet The day before the announcement of the Raspberry Pi Zero, a new version of Raspbian Linux very quietly appeared in the Raspberry Pi Downloads, along with a new NOOBS archive that included it. As there was no release announcement made at that time, …
Hands-On: RaspberryPi NOOBS 1.3.12 ZDNet There's plenty of excitement in the Raspberry Pi world this week: the big news is the announcement of the Raspberry Pi 2 hardware – the long-awaited and much-anticipated successor to the immensely popular original unit, which will now be known as the
You may remember the announcement of our new open source documentation , which is a GitHub project containing information about the Raspberry Pi hardware and software – and how to use it.
I’m about two weeks late to the party on this one – massive apologies to all at The MagPi . It’s been a bit busy around here so far this month. Right now, Picademy’s underway in the office space we’ve got set up as a classroom, and 24 teachers are busy making blooping noises with Sonic Pi while Clive booms at them in Teachervoice