Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS arrives with support for Raspberry Pi 3 Daily Host News Canonical, the developer of Ubuntu, has released the Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS for desktop, server, cloud and other flavors of Ubuntu.
This installer lets you easily run Windows 10 on ARM on a Raspberry Pi OnMSFT.com OnMSFT.com OnMSFT Windows 10 on ARM can now be easily installed on a Raspberry Pi thanks to the developer of the the WoA Installer.
RetroArch emulator will arrive on Xbox One in early 2019 HEXUS Though you might need to turn on Developer Mode, which requires a $19 developer account.
Naughty and nice holiday gift guide for developers JAXenter It’s that time of year again. For the developer in your life, here’s our 2018 holiday guide for the best and worst gift ideas.
Electronics Weekly (blog) Raspberry Pi leads changes in Google's latest Android Things Electronics Weekly (blog) The new version now supports the use of WebView (mini browser functionality that is bundled for use within a mobile app) on the Raspberry Pi 3. Google says this was a highly requested feature from developers
Tiny ARM module is cheaper than Raspberry Pi 3 Electronics Weekly (blog) It is a souped up version of the developer's NanoPi Neo module, dubbed Plus2, it undercuts the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B at a price of $25. This is priced as a maker module, but I also expect it to be used as a low cost IoT module for product development.
Fossbytes Can Linux On Raspberry Pi Replace Your MacBook Pro? — This Developer Has The Answer Fossbytes Short Bytes: You might be knowing that Raspberry Pi 3 comes with a good performance improvement as compared to its prior versions. But, is it good enough to replace your primary laptop.
ZDNet Microsoft wants to bring AI to Raspberry Pi and other tiny devices …
9to5Google Google assisted Huawei in building a powerful Raspberry Pi -like dev board for Android 9to5Google This developer board (via NetworkWorld), similar to the uber-popular Raspberry Pi , is stripped down to the components, including things like a processor, RAM, small collection of ports, and that's about it.