"Raspbian is an independent open-source project, which maintains a rebuild of the Debian armhf port modified to run on armv6 hardware. Starting from an armhf bootstrap, NEON fastpaths and a small number of armv7-only scalar instructions are removed through build settings). Using Raspbian allows us to take advantage of the hardware floating point unit on the original BCM2835 AP, which using the "official" Debian armel port wouldn't. … [Read more...] about Raspberry Pi OS: Why It’s No Longer Called ‘Raspbian’
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The update fixes a few bugs but inadvertently created a new issue with the USB bootloader beta. The new Raspberry Pi OS beta uses incompatible *.elf files that will cause a USB boot drive not to boot anymore. The solution is to grab the older *.elf and *.dat files from Raspberry Pi's May 22nd firmware github repo. Check out our article on how to boot a Raspberry Pi 4 Off a USB SSD or Flash Drive to see both how to do it and how to fix the problem. … [Read more...] about Raspberry Pi OS Offers New Features, Breaks USB Booting
Samsung announced today that the Galaxy Book S will be available with Intel Lakefield processors. The company has yet to release U.S. pricing and release dates, though the company's UK site has it shipping on June 12 for £999.00.laptop will use an Intel Core i5-L16G7 CPU, which boasts Intel UHD graphics, Foveros 3D stacking technology for the first time and a hybrid CPU architecture. … [Read more...] about Samsung Debuts First Intel Lakefield Laptop
In the GPU department, Apple offers options for the AMD Radeon Pro 5500M with either 4GB or 8GB of GDDR6 memory. These AMD parts are all custom chips designed for Apple’s devices. Based on AMD’s next generation of Zen 2 7nm graphics architecture, we found these GPUs help make the MacBook a video-editing workhorse, with the ability to complete a video in 4 minutes, twice as fast as last year’s MacBook Pro 15-inch. … [Read more...] about Dell XPS 17 vs. MacBook Pro 16-inch: Which big laptop reigns supreme?
When you remove the tablet, the Duet automatically switches to Chrome OS’s tablet mode. Tablet mode gives you a couple of extra gestures, such as a swipe up to reveal all of your running apps and a short swipe up and hold to open up your app drawer. In the running apps view, you can drag apps to the right and left side to utilize the Chrome OS split-screen view. Finally, Chrome has a new feature for showing open tabs — switch to tablet mode, and the tabs disappear, to be replaced by a thumbnail view that’s accessible by tapping on a number icon representing how many open tabs you’re running. … [Read more...] about Lenovo IdeaPad Duet review: Great Chrome tablet at nice price