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Raspberry Pi
A complete ARM GNU/Linux computer for $25.
(also covering Arduino and BeagleBone)
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SemiWiki.com - Upcoming ARM & Open-Silicon Webinar on Custom SOC's for IoT Products

SemiWiki.com - Upcoming ARM & Open-Silicon Webinar on Custom SOC's for IoT Products | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
IoT products call for a higher level of system integration than ever before. Companies seeking to go to market now have a much higher bar in terms of size, power, reliability and manufacturability. The first IoT devices evolved from embedded development boards, like the groundbreaking Arduino. These were fine for prototypes or proof of concept, but are often clunky and not truly optimized platforms. Product differentiation in IoT devices comes from a combination of software and hardware. It’s not necessary to look any further than Apple, Nike or Fitbit for examples of nicely integrated hardware and software. While it is good to see the pendulum swing back from the focus on software only businesses, a lot of people with ideas for new products do not have the background for dedicated hardware development. Still, there are a lot of impressive things that can be done with productized processor chips such as
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Raspberry Pi 3 Competitor ODROID-C2 is Much More Powerful, Costs only $5 More - TechFrag

Raspberry Pi 3 Competitor ODROID-C2 is Much More Powerful, Costs only $5 More - TechFrag | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
ODROID-C2 is a Raspberry Pi 3 competitor that in return of $40 gets you a much faster SOC alongside other improvements over RPi3.
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IoT Applications With Java and Raspberry Pi – Dzone Refcardz | Homautomation

IoT Applications With Java and Raspberry Pi – Dzone Refcardz | Homautomation | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Helps you bring your IoT project to life using the world's most popular programming language (Java) on the world's most popular tiny computer.
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The Raspberry Pi 3: Is it good enough?

The Raspberry Pi 3: Is it good enough? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: The Raspberry Pi is starting to look disruptive.
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Arduino DS18B20 Thermometer on iOS or Android - Electronics-Lab

Arduino DS18B20 Thermometer on iOS or Android - Electronics-Lab | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
maroelawerner @ instructables.com has a tutorial on how to display temperature data on an Android or iOS device using Arduino and Blynk app. In this Instructable I am going to attempt to show you how to put together a little project to use the Blynk app (optainable at http://www.blynk.cc/) to display the temperature remotely on aRead More
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Geiger–Müller counter that works with Arduino - Electronics-Lab

Geiger–Müller counter that works with Arduino - Electronics-Lab | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Bob @ robertgawron.blogspot.com has posted a Geiger-Muller project that can be used with Arduino or any other microcontroller board. The Geiger–Müller counter is a relatively simple tool to measure ionizing radiation. To increase sensitivity, construction presented here contains three (instead of one as usually) soviet STS-5 lamps. This is important for measurements of natural sources ofRead More
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Play Pac-Man on an Arduino Due

Play Pac-Man on an Arduino Due | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Play Pac-Man on an Arduino Due with ILI9341 and VGA support via blog.atmel This recent project from Dr. NCX Mirracle is one of those that are much better seen than read about. Simply stated, the Ma…
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Raspberry Pi Tablet

Raspberry Pi Tablet | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This Christmas, my brother gave me a Raspberry Pi 2 and the official 7 inch touchscreen. Wanting to make use of this great gift, I decided that it would make a great project for a little tablet. While it is not quite finished yet, it still needs a new case (a little more care taken over the woodwork) a blob of sugru on the flick switch wire, and some better designed USB openings. I think i might make a small cover for the usb hole or something. It is currently running Ubuntu MATE but as you can read in the next step, I tried other operating systems too...
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Raspberry Pi grows up and looks to the future

Raspberry Pi grows up and looks to the future | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi is only four years old and yet it has come a long way in that short time. The original 256Mbyte Raspberry Pi Model B was launched on 29 Februa
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Raspberry Pi 4th Birthday Party in Cambridge

Raspberry Pi 4th Birthday Party in Cambridge | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
On Friday I sent off from Bristol to travel to Cambridge for the Raspberry Pi’s 4th Birthday weekend. Luckily my gamble with public transport paid off and I managed to get a seat for the entire journey.
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Interview to Eben Upton: the New Raspberry Pi 3, Makers, Pi Zero…and more

Interview to Eben Upton: the New Raspberry Pi 3, Makers, Pi Zero…and more | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Eben Upton and Boris Landoni (FB - TW) at Maker Faire Bay Area Raspberry Pi 3 was presented recently and we took the opportunity to talk to the founder of
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Arduino Shield for custom board CPLD programming and testing using pogo pins | Dangerous Prototypes

Arduino Shield for custom board CPLD programming and testing using pogo pins | Dangerous Prototypes | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Marcelo Jimenez wrote a post about a shield he did using pogo pins to program and test a CPLD based board.
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how to flash BIOS chip MX series 3mb using ardunio ?

how to flash BIOS chip MX series 3mb using ardunio ? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Hey I recently have a bad flash and I have desolder the BIOS chip which is 8pin. I want to reflash it using arduino. I don't have access to computer...
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XYZ Da Vinci Junior (jr) NFC Tag Filament Reset Hack Arduino

XYZ Da Vinci Junior (jr) NFC Tag Filament Reset Hack Arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I’m not a coder and I personally had a lot of reservation and concern about using the Arduino and NFC Chip when I first got them. I’m sure with enough time I could have figure out what …
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LeMaker to release a Raspberry Pi-type board using AMD server chips

LeMaker to release a Raspberry Pi-type board using AMD server chips | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The Cello computer will give developers an inexpensive way to write and test software for ARM servers
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Raspberry Pi 3 vs Pi 2 vs Pi B+ on imgfave

Raspberry Pi 3 vs Pi 2 vs Pi B+ on imgfave | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
A fun image sharing community. Explore amazing art and photography and share your own visual inspiration!
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Arduino DS18B20 Thermometer on iOS or Android - Electronics-Lab

Arduino DS18B20 Thermometer on iOS or Android - Electronics-Lab | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
maroelawerner @ instructables.com has a tutorial on how to display temperature data on an Android or iOS device using Arduino and Blynk app. In this Instructable I am going to attempt to show you how to put together a little project to use the Blynk app (optainable at http://www.blynk.cc/) to display the temperature remotely on aRead More
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Airplay receiver with a turntable look

Airplay receiver with a turntable look | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
I just turned the Raspberry Pi into an airplay receiver, which has a LP turntable look. Every time the music (streaming for iphone etc. to the airplay receiver) starts, the LP turntable begin rotating; and it will stop rotating when the music stops.Just for fun :)
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Mini arduino Plotter without a servo motor

Mini arduino Plotter without a servo motor | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this project I will show you how to turn two old DVD-drives into a mini plotter.this project is simple and easy to do and makes a good practice if you want to make a real CNC machine(this is why i started this project to prepare my self for a bigger CNC),you get to drive stepper motors and convert vector files to gcode..this plotter is diffrent from the others because i used the cd tray mechnism for the z axis instead of a servo motor to lower the cost of the project hope you like itlet's get started :Parts and tools:2 - DVD-drives3 - L293 H-bridges IC1- Arduino uno1 - Breadboard- Some wires- hot glue or something similar- small pieces of plastic- USB cable (i power the circuit from the pc)1 - screw driveri filmed all the steps on my youtube channel so check them out for more information :Tunisian ...
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$50 buys a powerful slice of Pi

$50 buys a powerful slice of Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The latest Raspberry Pi comes with extra grunt and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth at no extra cost.
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Tested: Raspberry Pi 3 $35 Computer - Tested.com

Tested: Raspberry Pi 3 $35 Computer - Tested.com | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
We have the recently-announced Raspberry Pi 3! Patrick stops by to show off the differences between the 3rd-generation Raspberry Pi and previous models, and demonstrate why this is the first time he's felt like the performance has been good enough to use for daily computing. Here's what you get for $35.
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Does the World Need an FPGA Arduino?

Does the World Need an FPGA Arduino? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
What would you get it you mashed up an FPGA and an Arduino? An FPGA development board with far too few output pins? Or a board in the form-factor of Arduino that's impossible to program?Fortunatel...
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