#Sabayon ARM – a #Gentoo based #Linux for #RaspberryPi
The developers of the Gentoo-based Sabayon GNU/Linux operating system have announced a new project, called Sabayon ARM, which aims to bring the distro to Raspberry Pi devices.
Read the official announcement
#Free #eBook – #BeagleBone #Robotic #Projects
Get it from packtpub.com before its gone.
Official #Android support coming to the #RaspberryPi3
The Raspberry Pi 3 is not hurting for operating system choices. The tiny ARM computer is supported by several Linux distributions and even has a version of Windows 10 IoT core available. Now, it looks like the Pi is about to get official support for one of the most popular operating systems out there: Android. In Google’s Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository, a new device tree recently popped up for the Raspberry Pi 3. Read more
#Project Open #WiFi Finder using a #RaspberryPi
Follow this project and build yourself a device to detect if there are open wifi networks in your area. Checkout Project page
#Project #WiFi Door Alarm using a #ESP8266
In this IoT project ClemRz will show you how to make a WiFi door alarm using a ESP8266. Checkout Project URL
#NameAndroidN – Suggest what will be name of next version of Android
Google is trying to decide what to name the next version of Android. You can suggest names that start with the letter N? Follow this link to post your suggestion to google.
#QEMU 2.6 supports #RaspberryPi 2 Emulation
QEMU 2.6 is a major release with numerous new features and improvements over the previous 2.5 branch, and according to the release notes attached below it ships with a brand-new raspi2 machine for providing Raspberry Pi 2 emulation support. This enable maker to run software that are built for Raspberry Pi 2 on emulator.
#UDOOX86 #SBC that is 10x more powerful than a #RaspberryPi3
The UDOO X86 is a single board that’s both a powerful PC and an Arduino 101-compatible platform. For makers, this will be the most powerful option available for its size. But where it really stands out from the Raspberry Pi is as a standalone computer. The newest Pi can play games and stream movies but it’s still designed with a strict £30 price point in mind. The UDOO X86 packs tech that has more in common with your desktop tower than a credit sized-computer. Read more details on its kickstarter page