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Boom to bust: The sad history of LeEco in the United States

by Robert Triggs 18 hours ago14 comments

5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is my daily driver

by Lanh Nguyen 2 days ago37 comments

What was your favorite announcement from Google I/O 2017?

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago13 comments

Has the HTC U11 made the U Ultra obsolete already?

by Robert Triggs 5 days ago39 comments
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Showdown: Raspberry Pi 2 vs ODROID C1 vs HummingBoard vs MIPS Creator CI20 (updated)

We test four of the leading Single Board Computers to see which is the best one: Raspberry Pi 2 vs ODROID C1 vs HummingBoard vs MIPS Creator CI20.
by Gary SimsApril 16, 201513

Raspberry Pi 2 review

If you liked the Raspberry Pi 1, then you will love the Pi 2. The performance jump is excellent, and the extra memory really helps the desktop performance.
by Gary SimsFebruary 19, 201519

HummingBoard-i2eX review, dual-core SBC which runs Android and Linux

Review of HummingBoard-i2eX. It uses a dual-core i.MX 6 CPU, has 1GB of RAM, uses the same form factor as a Raspberry Pi, and can run both Android and Linux
by Gary SimsFebruary 3, 20155

Imagination MIPS Creator CI20 review (updated)

Imagination has started shipping its new MIPS Creator CI20 board. The board uses a dual-core MIPS CPU and is being favorably compared to the Raspberry Pi. Check out our full review!
by Gary SimsDecember 19, 201412
 
 

My N3RD beats Kickstarter goal: WiFi-connected, smartphone-controlled power switch for all the things (Video)

Wild Hare has beat their $50,000 Kickstarter goal for My N3RD, a smartphone controlled, WiFi connected power switch and sensor. You still have until February 23rd to get in on the ...
by Jonathan FeistFebruary 6, 20143

Say hello to PiCast, the open source solution to Chromecast using a Raspberry Pi

Say hello to PiCast, the open source alternative to Chromecast. With a $25-$35 Raspberry Pi, PiCast can emulate the functionality of a Chromecast.
by Joe HindyAugust 2, 20135

Raspberry Pi used to avoid Internet censorship in China

While we tend to think of VPN as file hosting for our work related needs, it’s a popular option for Chinese citizens to access the Internet we take for granted. The method for doing ...
by Nate SwannerMay 30, 20135

New revision of BeagleBone Black takes on Raspberry Pi by dropping price to just $45

The Raspberry Pi is facing some stiff competition from the BeagleBone Black. The latest revision of the Beagle single board computer (SBC) is now available for just $45. The extra $10, ...
by Gary SimsApril 23, 20136

Gongkai Phone is a $12 cellphone from China, not Android but could inspire DIY smartphone designs

Smartphones aren't the cheapest to own. But a mobile phone in China could break the mold: the $12 Gongkai Phone, which could inspire cheap DIY smartphones.
by Andrew RoachApril 22, 20136

Get a Raspberry Pi now in limited edition blue, only 1000 are available

Now that the tiny computer has been in the market for a year, RS Electronics has announced the availability of a limited edition Raspberry Pi blue version to celebrate.
by Tanay SoodMarch 8, 2013
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