Topic: raspberry pi

Raspberry Pi Zero, GE Health Cloud, and virtual wounds—SD Times news digest: Nov. 30, 2015

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced a new programmable computer at a lower cost. The foundation has unveiled the Raspberry Pi Zero, priced at US$5. The new computer features a Broadcom BCM2835 application processor, a micro-SD card slot, 512MB of LPDDR2 SDRAM, a mini-HDMI socket for 1080p60 video output, and micro-USB sockets for data and … continue reading

Google responds to Chrome OS/Android rumors, Raspberry Pi and Code Club team up, and new Firefox Developer Edition tools—SD Times news digest: Nov. 3, 2015

Google is responding to reports that the company has plans to bring its PC operating system, Chrome OS, to Android, and its answer is clear: Chrome OS is not going anywhere. “Over the last few days, there’s been some confusion about the future of Chrome OS and Chromebooks based on speculation that Chrome OS will … continue reading

A $9 computer, the shutdown of the Tor Cloud project, and bringing a browser to the Apple Watch—SD Times news digest: May 11, 2015

A new Kickstarter campaign aims to provide the most inexpensive computer out there. While Raspberry Pi sells for around US$35, C.H.I.P. is a tiny computer that is using Kickstarter to raise enough funds to make it cost only $9. The campaign’s goal is $50,000, and it already surpassed that by $650,000 and counting in just … continue reading

Google’s ClientLogin shutdown, ONF’s open-source development repository, Xbox One app development—SD Times news digest: Feb. 18, 2015

Google wants to remind developers that they have until April 20 to migrate to newer Google Data APIs. The ClientLogin shutdown date is scheduled for that date, and all apps that rely on it will stop working. The company recommended developers switch to OAuth 2.0 to minimize user disruption. “Password-only authentication has several well-known shortcomings, … continue reading

SD Times Blog: A fresh crop of open-source projects

How about that open-source software from Microsoft, eh? What is going on with the world when the biggest news in open source is from Microsoft? While we sip our coffee and think wistfully of closed-source projects past, we figured we’d take this moment to update you on some of the other open-source announcements made this … continue reading

Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 2, Microsoft’s Cloud Platform road map, and Google’s Security Reward Programs—SD Times news digest: Feb. 2, 2015

The Raspberry Pi Foundation recently announced Raspberry Pi 2 is now on sale, and it will be offering a Raspberry Pi 2-compatible version of Windows 10 free of charge. Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi 2 marks an expansion of Microsoft’s Windows Developer Program for the Internet of Things, according to Microsoft. “With the Windows for … continue reading

castAR, Android Studio, Semantic UI 1.0, and an IoT kit for Raspberry Pi—SD Times news digest: Nov. 24, 2014

It has been a little more than a year since castAR raised US$1 million on Kickstarter for its augmented reality glasses, and now the company is finally ready to start shipping its first pair. The glasses will be shipped to early castAR backers. In addition, Technical Illusions, the company that developed castAR, will be in … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 26, 2014—Detecting Shellshock, and Google’s developer survey

Have you been Shellshocked? A new website has launched for users to test if their systems have been affected by the Bash vulnerability known as Shellshock. Shellshock is said to pose a bigger threat than OpenSSL’s Heartbleed bug, according to security researchers. “If your system has not updated bash in the last 24 hours, you’re … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 27, 2014—RethinkDB 1.14, Nokia DVLUP dies, Netflix threat modeling tools

RethinkDB 1.14 released Version 1.14 of the RethinkDB open-source distributed JSON database has been released with more than 50 new enhancements. RethinkDB ecosystem engineer Josh Kuhn announced the release in a blog post, explaining that 1.14 is the first RethinkDB release that doesn’t require data migration. Some of the main upgrades and new features include: … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 21, 2014—The TiddlyBot coding robot, Splunk 3.1, and Microsoft moving TypeScript compiler to GitHub

TiddlyBot, a Kickstarter robot project teaching programming and robotics TiddlyBot, a programmable robot built on Raspberry Pi, allows kids to program and control while learning coding and problem solving skills. Developed by U.K. startup Agilic, TiddlyBot has already exceeded its Kickstarter project goal and is now funding stretch goals of creating an illustrated beginner’s guide … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 14, 2014 – Bountysource, Apportals, Internet of Things programs, and more

Bountysource, a crowdfunding platform for open-source software The popularity of crowdfunding sites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo has finally extended to developers with Bountysource, a crowdfunding platform for open-source software.   Bountysource allows open-source developers or any other community members to offer a “bounty” to developers to fix a particular bug or help develop a … continue reading

How to build wearables at ‘warp speed’

New platform focuses on making wearable devices easier … continue reading

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