Meltdown and Spectre affect nearly everything that’s got a chip in them. But somehow single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi have managed to avoid this vulnerability. How?
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has just entered its fourth year of existence, and celebrated the milestone with a new addition: Raspberry Pi 3, an inexpensive, yet extremely powerful computer. The model includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, but also 50 percent more processing power.
Thousands of Kickstarter backers are rallying in support for a microcomputer campaign that is promising a whole new level of microcomputing.
Oracle’s Gerrit Grunwald shows us the hardware and software setup needed to create a sensor network infrastructure that runs purely from embedded devices.
The new Raspberry Pi 2 has been unleashed today with more power, more memory and the same bargain price-tag. Let’s take a closer look at the specs of this second-generation hardware.
Oracle has withdrawn their support for JavaFX Embedded, however JavaFX continues to be provided as a fully supported part of the Oracle JDK 8 product on x86 platforms. Are we seeing the beginning of the end for JavaFX on embedded systems?
Raspberry Pi enthusiasts have been busy tinkering on their own versions of the latest tech trends like wearable technology, smart homes and, erm, arcade games.
MIPS have announced a circuit-board computer to compete with the Raspberry Pi. Which one wins on price, size and specs?
The cheapest-yet model of the Raspberry Pi brings more pins and better audio for even less cost.
Mozilla hopes to release Firefox OS as a Raspberry Pi operating system for robotics and media players.
IoT expert Raffaele Giaffreda tells us about the future of cognitive internet of things, and what developers need to do if they want to be part of it.
Raspberry Pi experts from around the world talk us through the nitty-gritty of Java on the Raspberry Pi.
Microcomputer team announce the launch of Raspberry Pi Model B+, with more USB hubs, sensors, and enhanced connectivity.
Linux engineer devises ingenious DIY ‘PiPhone’, powered by the humble single cell computer and basic electronics.