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Top 15 projects to build with Raspberry Pi

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Raspberry Pi is used to create consoles for gaming, robots and it has even gone into space. Here are the 15 projects to work...

A Review of Pine H64 – Is it a Worthy Rival...

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The Raspberry Pi has continued to gain huge traction in the technology market, with product’s Foundation having recently opened it’s very first retail store...

‘Pi Chef’, Unique Design Challenge for Designers and Engineers

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Raspberry Pi in collaboration with element14.com has launched Pi Chef Design Challenge for designers and engineers. Fifteen sponsored challengers will use their creativity and...

Raspberry Pi gets a fix for Broadpwn Wi-Fi exploit

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Days after the release of Debian 9, the Raspberry Foundation has brought a new Raspbian OS version. The new update, codenamed Stretch, includes a...

RaspAnd OS now brings Google Play support to Raspberry Pi 3

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RaspAnd, the popular distribution for Raspberry Pi devices, has received a new build. Debuted as the RaspAnd Build 170805, the new version comes with...

This Raspberry Pi Zero clone includes high-quality DAC

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Raspberry Pi Zero has received a new clone that produces premium audio through a built-in DAC chip. Dubbed VoltaStream Zero, the open source single-board...

Develop image processing embedded systems using Python

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This project describes a technique to capture human faces using image processing and turn on an LED on the Arduino board. With some modification...

Entering the world of open source electronics

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Although the World Wide Web (WWW) itself is considered by many as the biggest success of open source, the dependence of OS on the...

Picking up the best embedded development board

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Development and prototype boards are computer boards that are used to develop or test electronic modules. These are used to evaluate programs for embedded...

Best development boards to suit your embedded project

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There are different choices of development boards available, whether you want to use an operating system (OS) or work on a pure embedded project....