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Techradar compares five Raspberry Pi operating systems

There’s a really fantastic piece in Techradar¬†and Linux Format, going into considerable depth to compare, contrast and review five Raspberry Pi operating systems. If you’ve been thinking about trying out a new distro on your Pi, it’s a great place to start. (And well done, Raspbian!)... Continue reading

Media streaming without Air Play

Just before the New Year, we saw a lot of links in the tech press to a very neat hack using a Raspberry Pi as an Apple AirPlay receiver. The project had so many news stories written about it before I’d spotted it that I didn’t put it on this blog at the time because... Continue reading

Android 4.0 is coming!

Update: those of you looking to play with Android on Pi in advance of our source code release might want to check out the community Razdroid project, which last month produced its first non-accelerated port of Gingerbread on top of the publicly released VideoCore binary. Naren has been working on a port of Android 4.0... Continue reading

Android Transporter and Raspberry Pi

Here’s some good news for those of you with Android devices. Daniel from ESR labs mailed us to share a video showing the Android Transporter streaming content to remote screens in real time using a Raspberry Pi. This means that armed with an Android phone or tablet, a wireless dongle and a Raspberry Pi, you’ve... Continue reading