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Raspberry Pi: Learn How to Build Amazing IoT & Robotics Projects at Home

Raspberry Pi: Learn How to Build Amazing IoT & Robotics Projects at Home

September 11, 2017The Hacker News
Do you want to make your own robot at home? But, of course, one can not spend hundreds or thousands of dollars, and definitely would not be able to join a 4-year-long engineering institute to learn how to do it? Well, we have good news for you—Try the Raspberry Pi board to create amazing projects at highly affordable cost. Raspberry Pi is a tiny, cheaper and customizable computer that helps anyone learn how to code almost all sorts of software and hardware projects—from designing your own robot to automating things around the house. This mini-computer, Raspberry Pi, is as powerful as your smartphone and can easily connect to the Internet and interface with a lot of hardware components. Of course, you will need to learn some basic programming skills and beginner’s guide on how to connect to the hardware devices. But don’t worry, this week at THN Deal store, we have an amazing course for just $39, called The Raspberry Pi Mastery Bundle , which includes 8 different courses
Raspberry Pi 3 to get official Android OS support

Raspberry Pi 3 to get official Android OS support

May 26, 2016Swati Khandelwal
It's fair to say the success of the ARM-powered Raspberry Pi computers have surpassed expectations and have been a godsend to hobbyists, hackers, and students. If you're one of those people looking for unofficial hacks to install Android OS on a Raspberry Pi device, then stop and wait for the official release. Raspberry Pi computers have largely been Linux affairs, as several Linux distributions have supported this tiny ARM computer. Now, it seems like Raspberry Pi is ready to get official support for one of the most popular mobile operating systems out there: Android . Google has recently registered the $35 Raspberry Pi 3 ‒ the newest version of the Raspberry Pi ‒ as a new device 'tree' in its Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository . If you're not aware, Raspberry Pi is cheap, credit card-sized, single board ARM computer that looks and feels very basic, but could be built into many geeky projects. What Google is planning for Android and the P
Raspberry Pi 3 — New $35 MicroComputer with Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

Raspberry Pi 3 — New $35 MicroComputer with Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

February 29, 2016Swati Khandelwal
While celebrating its computer's fourth birthday, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched a brand new Raspberry Pi today. Great news for all Micro-computing fans – A new, powerful Raspberry Pi 3 Model B in town. Months after introducing just $5 Raspberry Pi Zero , Raspberry Pi Foundation has introduced its third major version of the Raspberry Pi, the successor of the Raspberry Pi 2 that was launched back in February last year. The Raspberry Pi is a highly simple computer that looks and feels very basic, but could be built into a number of geeky projects. Due to its low-cost appeal, the Raspberry Pi has become the most popular computer yet with 8 Million units already sold. Raspberry Pi 3 — Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Although previous versions of Raspberry Pi needed USB adapters to get Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, credit card-sized Raspberry Pi 3 Model B has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The new version of the Pi supports 802.11n
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