State Machine Controls Garage Door Over The Internet Hackaday Home automation has been a hot-button topic time and again since the dawn of the personal computer age. These days, thanks to modern communications …
Picovoice Puts Smarts Offline in 512K of Memory Hackaday We live in the future.
It is a truth universally acknowledged…that everyone wants their own Star Wars droid.
Linux Journal Piventory: LJ Tech Editor's Personal Stash of Raspberry Pis and Other Single-Board Computers Linux Journal Occasionally, I'll hear people talk about how they have a Raspberry Pi or some other small computer lying around, but they haven't figured out quite what to do with it yet. And it always shocks me, because I have a house full of those small computers …
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Tech Times Raspberry Pi vs Asus Tinker Board: Quick Specs And Price Comparison Tech Times So if you are looking for an SBC that to tinker with for your personal media system, you may want to look into the Asus Tinker Board. ” Raspberry Pi has been in the market for so long, we're here to expand users' choices with more options,” Asus said
Wired.co.uk There's now an Amazon Dash button that tracks how often you poo – but it's far from a gimmick Wired.co.uk It isn't, by any means, the first hack of a Dash button.
There are some applications for the Raspberry Pi that were a very long way from our minds back in 2009, when we were trying to come up with a computer to get kids programming again. I think it’s fair to say that we did not think we were building a personal seismograph
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi 3 Powered Kobo Personal Virtual Assistant (video) Geeky Gadgets Mike De'Shazer based in Seoul has used the awesome Raspberry Pi 3 mini PC to create a new personal virtual assistant named Kobo, that he has this week launched via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website.
One of the best things about the Raspberry Pi Foundation is our awesome community.