Steam Link beta lands on the Raspberry Pi htxt.africa Steam Link – the software that lets your run any Steam game on your PC and play it on another device by way of streaming – is now in beta for the Raspberry Pi.
Geek A geek tests 12 micro SD cards with a Raspberry Pi to find the fastest Geek The humble micro SD card has been growing in importance in recent years. Mostly that's been down to the popularity of the Raspberry Pi , which relies on SD cards for both booting an operating system and storing files
Meltwater has come up with a nice little trick which allows you to use your laptop or desktop’s display and keyboard as the display and keyboard for your Pi. You won’t need to do any soldering or to buy any special equipment: all you need is a network cable. You’ll be using the network port to do this, so if you were relying on it to get internet connectivity you’ll need a wireless dongle too, but using another device’s keyboard and display means that you can cut right down on the kit you need to carry around if you’re bringing your Pi somewhere to show off your latest project