The Raspberry Pi's optional camera sensor accessory finally received an upgrade to Sony's IMX219 mobile device sensor, offering 8.08 million active pixels for the same $25 price tag. The previous board only provided a 5MP camera sensor…
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Love Alexa, but don't love the aesthetics of the Amazon Echo? Thanks to the genius of collaborative thinking over at GitHub, there's now a full set of instructions on how to get Alexa to work on naught more than a Raspberry Pi.
If you were thinking of ordering the Raspberry Pi 3, but didn't feel that its wireless connectivity was that exciting, consider the ODROID-C2 instead. For a few dollars more, you get double the memory and a faster processor.