MagPi 67: back to the future with retro computing on your Pi

Hey folks, Rob from The MagPi here! While we do love modern computers here at The MagPi, we also have a soft spot for the classic machines of yesteryear, which is why we have a huge feature on emulating and upcycling retro computers in The MagPi issue 67 , out right now. Retro computing and security in the latest issue of The MagPi Retro computing Noted retro computing enthusiast K.G.

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Windows 10 on ARM on Raspberry Pi is off to a good start – SlashGear – SlashGear

Geeky Gadgets Windows 10 on ARM on Raspberry Pi is off to a good start – SlashGear SlashGear Windows 10 is popping up in some odd places, like old phones and ARM boards. It's all unofficial, of course, but it might still serve to spark some interest in taking Microsoft's operating system to places where Microsoft itself might have given up on ..

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Spiegelbilder Studio’s giant CRT video walls

After getting in contact with us to share their latest build with us, we invited Matvey Fridman of Germany-based production company Spiegelbilder Studio to write a guest blog post about their CRT video walls created for the band STRANDKØNZERT . STRANDKØNZERT – TAGTRAUMER – OFFICIAL VIDEO GERMAN DJENT RAP / EST.

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DIY Retro-Arcade Machine with Raspberry Pi – HardOCP

DIY Retro-Arcade Machine with Raspberry Pi HardOCP No matter if you decide for a Raspberry Pi with Retropie or Recalbox software or if you build a small ITX PC or a fully grown full size ATX PC with a Windows or Linux based Mame emulator, at the end you need the right ROM download to play Frogger, Pac …

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Stretch for PCs and Macs, and a Raspbian update

Today, we are launching the first Debian Stretch release of the Raspberry Pi Desktop for PCs and Macs, and we’re also releasing the latest version of Raspbian Stretch for your Pi. For PCs and Macs When we released our custom desktop environment on Debian for PCs and Macs last year , we were slightly taken aback by how popular it turned out to be. We really only created it as a result of one of those “Wouldn’t it be cool if…” conversations we sometimes have in the office, so we were delighted by the Pi community’s reaction

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