Posts Tagged ‘Raspberry Pi’

The Raspberry Pi 400 is a computer and keyboard in one, and you just need to add a mouse and a screen to it. Here are the details.

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Raspberry Pi has just launched a $50 12.3-megapixel camera module with support for mount lenses. Here is everything you need to know.

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You can now stream PC games with ‘Steam Link Anywhere’ to Android or Raspberry Pi devices, but not on iPhone or iPad. Here are the details.

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Raspberry Pi 3B+ has been announced on Pi Day 2018 with improved internal specs while keeping same $35 price tag.

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Here’s how you can download and install Kodi 17.3 Krypton on your Raspberry Pi 1, 2, 3 or Zero without having to go through any long winded or complicated installation processes. This assumes that the Raspberry Pi in question is running the Raspbian PIXEL desktop environment.

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Here’s how to fix Kodi 17 video stuttering playback issue on your Fire TV, Fire TV Stick or Raspberry Pi based Kodi box.

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You can now download LibreELEC Kodi 17.3 Krypton 8.0.2 MR. Here are the details on this latest LibreELEC release.

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Raspberry Pi has just launched the Pi Zero W for $10 with Bluetooth and WLAN connectivity. Here are the details.

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Raspberry Pi has been used for a lot of innovative projects over the course of its existence. Some individuals take the low cost hardware and use it for teaching purposes to educate youth on computer usage. Others take a more leisurely approach and choose to use the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s hardware as a retro gaming console through the use of various software installations that emulate the experience of older-generation game consoles.

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The original Raspberry Pi Model B was released exactly four years ago during the last leap year, on February 29th, 2012. In the time that’s followed, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has managed to ship more than eight million units worldwide, three million of which have been Raspberry Pi 2 second-generation offerings. In romantic fashion, the makers behind the tiny little computer have acted on the fact that we have another leap year, by releasing the new Raspberry Pi 3 today, complete with some notable and sought after additions.

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Raspberry Pi Zero is a $5 computer that is smaller than previous Raspberry Pi’s. Here are full specs and other release info.

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After nearly two years in the making the official Raspberry Pi touchscreen display is finally available to purchase. The company’s 7-inch offering isn’t quite capable of matching the high-resolution displays found on high-end tablets from manufacturers like Samsung and Apple, but it does allow users to turn the Raspberry Pi into a fully functioning, and highly versatile tablet for a fraction of the cost of what we would normally fork out for an iPad or a Galaxy tablet.

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