Vivaldi said on December 5 that it now offers a version of its web browser that runs on Linux devices using ARM-based processors. That includes Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi Zero, and the Asus Tinker board.
This week, Google introduced a new kit for your project based on the Raspberry Pi Zero W board. It enables cloud-free image recognition, and complements Google's other kit adding voice recognition to DIY projects.
Five years ago, the Raspberry Pi was little more than an idea. Now, 12.5 million units later, it’s made an undeniable mark on computers, and how we use them. We asked Eben Upton, its founder, how it happened.
What is Linux? That's the question we're answering for PC owners wanting to break away from Windows or MacOS. We take a look at the beginnings, the various distributions, and the pros and cons of using a Linux-based platform.
What if you could hold a moving Polaroid in your hand? The 3D-printed InstaGif NextStep creates moving photos you can hold in your hand. Abhishek Singh created the camera using a 3D printer, Raspberry Pi and homemade circuits.
FlyPi is a low-cost 3D printed microscope and “behavioral arena” that allows biomedical researchers to closely observe species such as fruit flies, worms, and zebrafish -- for a build cost of just $116.
Building upon the success of last year's Raspberry Shake, which exceeded its initial Kickstarter funding goal by a whopping 1,400 percent, the Raspberry Shake 4D makes use of four precision sensors to monitor the Earth's vibrations.
Intel has had products on the market aimed at the do-it-yourself IoT user, including its Galileo, Edison, and Joule lineups. However, It looks like it is pulling out of the market or at least dropping these products.
If you really want to show off your DIY skills, Arduino projects can be useful, beautiful, and downright impressive. Unfortunately, some also require some serious skill. Check out some of our current favorites.
Nintendo may be discontinuing the NES Classic, but that doesn’t mean you must give up on playing classic Nintendo games. Crafting your own is as easy as picking a few parts off Amazon and formatting a memory card.
Asus has been offering its Tinker Board in the U.K. and throughout Europe since early 2017 to compete directly with other single-board computer options like the Raspberry Pi. Now, it is available in North America as well.