The Raspberry Pi Foundation seems to be searching for a new vision and so has decided to get into the crowded microcontroller market with the Raspberry Pi Pico. Based on a dual-core Cortex-M0+ microcontroller, it runs MicroPython or C/C++ and is designed for makers, enthusiasts, and hobbyists. Here is my review and getting start guide.
In my previous video, I showed you how to use the Raspberry Pi Pico with MicroPython. In this video I take a took at using C or C++ and cover how to run code on the second Cortex-M0+ core.
Which Raspberry Pi model is best for you? Way back there was just one model but over the years the number of options has increased, now including microcontrollers and desktop computers. Let’s take a look at what is available, so you can pick the right Raspberry Pi for your needs.
Samsung signed a deal with AMD in 2019 for AMD to provide custom graphics tech based on the RDNA graphics architecture, for Samsung to use in mobile devices, including smartphones. This deal is due to come to fruition any day now, but can AMD provide what is needed? Let’s find out.
My PINE64 PinePower desktop power supply has arrived! I plan to make a short video about it next week.
Smartphone speakers have limits: Size, position, excursion, and thermals. However, that doesn’t mean they need to sound bad. With the right tech smartphone speakers can be made to sound BIG!
The ATEN Camlive+ is a HDMI to USB-C video capture device with Power Delivery (PD) power pass-through. Is it complicated to use? Let’s find out.
So a question for you all good folks! I have been thinking about the @garyexplains Twitter account. I have nearly 200K subs here on YouTube, but only 4K followers on Twitter. Is that normal? Any thoughts? Please vote in the poll and leave a comment. Thx!!!