The week in smart home: Sonos is having a mega weekend sale The Ambient We’re still reeling from CES 2019, which was a big show for the smart home. It seems the rest of the industry is doing the same, because for the most part i..
I’ll keep today’s blog post short and sweet, because Liz, Helen, and I are all still under the weather . Raspberry Pi 4! Don’t tell Eben, Liz, or the rest of the team I showed you this, but here’s your Halloween ‘trick or treat’ gift: an exclusive sneak peek at the Raspberry Pi 4
Android Authority (blog) How to use Google Assistant on the Raspberry Pi – Android Authority Android Authority (blog) How to build your own digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi and Google Assistant. All you need is a speaker and a microphone and Google will do the rest! and more »
Android Authority (blog) How to use Google Assistant on the Raspberry Pi Android Authority (blog) How to build your own digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi and Google Assistant. All you need is a speaker and a microphone and Google will do the rest! and more »
Engadget Raspberry Pi Zero gains camera support, keeps the $5 price Engadget When the Raspberry Pi Foundation launched the credit-card sized Zero, it stressed that the DIY computing board would not be as capable as the rest of the Pi family. But if there's one thing we've learned about the Raspberry Pi , it's that there's always …
Techworm Amazon's guide to make your own Raspberry Pi powered Alexa device Techworm If you ever wanted to make your own Alexa device, the only thing that you will require is a Raspberry Pi , and the rest is going to be handled by Amazon.
Electronics Weekly (blog) Raspberry Pi monitors Broadband speeds Electronics Weekly (blog) Okay, you may have Infinity Cable Super Fibre Tubes to your living room, but the rest of us still suffer less than ideal broadband speeds.
ElectronicsWeekly.com (blog) Intel, Arduino combine on Genuino, a Raspberry Pi rival ElectronicsWeekly.com (blog) Interesting. It's a development board, from Intel and Arduino, and it's also a “learning board”, which means we are entering Raspberry Pi territory. Inside the States it will be sold as the Arduino 101 and for the rest of the world it will be the …
Hackaday Transmitting HD Video From A Raspberry Pi Hackaday On the Raspberry Pi side of the build, the standard camera captures H.264 video with raspivid, which is converted to a DVB compliant stream using ffmpeg. These are well-worn bits of software in the Raspberry Pi world, and OpenCaster takes care of the rest
I had mail yesterday from Andrew Gregory, a Linux journalist we’ve really enjoyed working with over the last few years. Andrew was already writing about Raspberry Pi before we had even started selling them, and it was good luck for us and for him that on the day we announced our launch, he already had a life-sized image of the Raspberry Pi squarely positioned on the front cover of Linux Format Magazine in shops across the UK. We like Andrew.