Monthly Archives: September, 2016

Nextcloud Box – simple personal cloud using RaspberryPi

#Nextcloud Box – simple personal #cloud using #RaspberryPi

Nextcloud, the new open-source Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud company. So, Nextcloud, in partnership with Canonical and WDLabs, a division of Western Digital, has released the Nextcloud Box.


Advertisements – We will be closed from 20th to 30th September 2016 – We will be closed from 20th to 30th September 2016

We are shifting our warehouse to a new location, hence we will not be able to process your order.

During this time, you will not be able to place order in

But we will do our best to respond to your mails and calls.

Update: We will open on 5th October

We couldn’t complete the shifting as expected on time (before 30th Sep). Hence we are planning to open the site back on or before 5th October

Sorry for the inconvenience


Google Project Zero – Hack Nexus and Get $200,000 price

#Google #Project #Zero #Security #Contest

From September 20, 2016 until March 14, 2017, Google is launching its Project Zero Security Contest that will offer cash prizes to contestants able to hack a Nexus 6P and 5X given only the device’s phone number and email address. Know more details about Project Zero Security Contest


  • First Prize – Awarded to the first winning entry. $200,000 and a guest blog post on the Project Zero Blog.
  • Second Prize – Awarded to the second winning entry. $100,000 and a guest blog post on the Project Zero Blog.
  • Third Prize – Awarded to additional winning entries. At least $50,000 awarded by Android Security Rewards and a guest post on the Project Zero Blog.


One man fights for 25 years to make public information public

One man fights for 25 years to make public information public

For the past 25 years or so, Carl Malamud’s lonely mission has been to seize on the internet’s potential for spreading information — public information that people have a right to see, hear, and read. Read more here

Free eBook Raspberry Pi Media Center

#Free #eBook #RaspberryPi Media Center

Imagine controlling your TV with your smartphone, dynamically streaming content that you have on various devices across your home, as and when you want. Raspberry Pi Media Center will show you how to configure the complete experience using readily available and accessible tools, so that you too will soon be enjoying your media from the comfort of your own sofa. With this practical guide, you’ll discover how you can transform your Raspberry Pi into a powerful media center. Using Raspbmc (based on the XBMC distribution), you’ll be shown how you can deploy and configure your own media center, including coverage of all the essentials from controlling your device with a TV remote or smartphone, to the creation and customization of your very own media library (including the conversion of any existing collection). You’ll even be able to stream multimedia from your devices or directly from the Internet!

Get it on

Set up Windows 10 IoT Core Blockly for Raspberry Pi

#Windows 10 #IoT Core #Blockly #RaspberryPi

Microsoft has release a guide on how to Set up Windows 10 IoT Core Blockly that allows you to program a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 and a Raspberry Pi Sense Hat using a “block” editor from your browser. Read more at

How to Install Android 7.0 on Raspberry Pi 3

#HowTo Install #Android 7.0 #Nougat on #RaspberryPi3

How to Install Android 7.0 on Raspberry Pi 3

As such, the system has been running quite well, the official touch screen works but not, for example, while sound over HDMI, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Ethernet running smoothly.

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How to Install Windows 10 IoT on Raspberry Pi 3

#HowTo Install #Windows10 #IoT on #RaspberryPi3

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Windows 10 IoT Core is a version of Windows 10 that is optimized for smaller devices with or without a display, and that runs on the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3, Arrow DragonBoard 410c & MinnowBoard MAX. The instruction can be found on its msdn blog.