Hacker gets Super NES games running on unmodified NES – Ars Technica

Fort Worth Weekly (satire) (press release) (blog) Hacker gets Super NES games running on unmodified NES Ars Technica Though the NES hardware itself is untouched, the cartridge running this reverse emulation is a heavily customized circuit board (ordered from China for about $10), with a compact, multi-core Raspberry Pi 3 attached to handle the actual Super NES emulation. Programmer Hacks Cartridge To Run SNES Games On The NES Kotaku Slice of Pi Fort Worth Weekly (satire) (press release) (blog) all 3 news articles »

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Take a bite of the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ on Pi Day – Digital Trends

Digital Trends Take a bite of the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ on Pi Day Digital Trends If you're a mathematician, then March 14 is probably one of your favorite days of the year. It's Pi Day, maybe the only officially recognized celebration of a number and, in addition to feasting on a real pie, it's also an opportunity to celebrate the ..

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Anybody can make a Google Assistant gadget with this new toolkit – The Verge

The Verge Anybody can make a Google Assistant gadget with this new toolkit The Verge Today, Google is announcing the general availability of the Google Assistant SDK. What that means is that anybody can download and run the Google Assistant on a gadget of their choice — Google says it will run well on Raspberry Pi 3 devices and also … The Google Assistant SDK will let you run the Assistant on anything Ars Technica Google Assistant SDK lets anyone make an intelligent voice-controlled device Digital Trends Google now lets hardware developers tinker with its Assistant TechCrunch Phandroid.com  – VentureBeat  – 9to5Google all 84 news articles »

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The Raspberry Pi Zero W Adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to the Zero, Costs $10 – Lifehacker

Lifehacker The Raspberry Pi Zero W Adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to the Zero, Costs $10 Lifehacker The Raspberry Pi Zero is a fantastic, miniature version of the Raspberry Pi that shrinks the board down to about the size of a stick of gum, but one problem with it is the lack of wireless features. The Raspberry Pi Zero W is a new version that packs … The $10 Raspberry Pi Zero W brings Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to the minuscule micro-PC PCWorld The $10 Raspberry Pi Zero W is the teeniest little Wi-Fi-enabled computer you've ever seen TechCrunch Raspberry Pi Zero W: Hands-on with the $10 board TechRepublic Ars Technica  – PC Magazine  – Raspberry Pi  – YouTube all 65 news articles »

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