Raspberry Pi Guitar and BioTek 2 synthesizer Geeky Gadgets Ahead of the upcoming NAMM 2019 Show taking place later this week from January 24th – 27th in California and showcasing new music technology.
CES 2019: Avnet showcases IoT offerings for prototyping and wearables Electronics360 Avnet Inc. is pushing its internet of things (IoT) agenda at the upcoming tradeshow CES 2019, to be held in Las Vegas from Jan. 8-11.
RPi Compute Module 3 revealed, tapped for NEC signage LinuxGizmos On Oct.
The Next Web Android 7.0 Nougat lands on the Raspberry Pi for those who can't wait The Next Web If you've got a Nexus Phone or a Pixel C, you can download it now. It will also launch on the upcoming LG V20
Lifehacker Use a Raspberry Pi to Power a Fancy Clock and Display Panel Lifehacker The project here takes the Pi and an old monitor, mounts it to the wall, and displays a clock on it. Alongside the clock is the upcoming forecast, a satellite map, and some other general weather information
ChristianToday Windows 10 version to be given to Raspberry Pi 2 developers for free ChristianToday Microsoft is developing a free version of the upcoming Windows 10 operating system supporting Raspberry Pi to be able to get into the Internet of Things (IoT). “We're excited to announce that we are expanding our Windows Developer Program for IoT by
Inquirer Raspberry Pi prepares industrial compute module for makers Inquirer … industrial compute module that will go on sale in early summer. James Adams, director of hardware at the Raspberry Pi Foundation, said that the upcoming Raspberry Pi Compute Module is a complete Raspberry Pi system that fits it on a 67.6x30mm board.
Back in May, we mentioned that we’d been sponsoring the development of the ARM port of PyPy, the high-performance Python interpreter. Earlier today the team released a first beta of the upcoming 2.1 release, which for the first time adds ARM as an officially supported architecture. You can see the announcement here , and download binaries for Raspbian here .
TechSpot Raspberry Pi camera module pictured, will retail for $25 TechSpot The Raspberry Pi Foundation has revealed the upcoming camera module designed to further bolster the tiny computer's capabilities. Photos of the final hardware have surfaced on the company's website with the promise that it'll be available in the near ..