Each week on the Pi Cast, we’ll talk live with special guests who are involved in developing the Raspberry Pi, creating new products for it or pushing the envelope with truly unique and compelling projects. We’ll also take some time to share tips that will help you make the most of your Raspberry Pi and we’ll be taking live questions from the audience. … [Read more...] about Introducing the Pi Cast, Tom’s Hardware’s Weekly Raspberry Pi-Centric Show
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The biggest obstacle was the need for a hard drive replacement. The maximum storage capacity for original Xbox consoles is between 8 - 10GB. However, Xbox hard drives can't be swapped without using the proper eeprom.bin file,. That's where the Raspberry Pi 4 comes in. … [Read more...] about Raspberry Pi Gives the Original Xbox a Second Life
Looking for a Raspberry Pi project that looks as good as functions? This Pi-powered Geiger counter by Chris Crocker-White definitely fits the bill. On top of being able to measure radioactive emissions, like alpha and beta particles and gamma rays, it lives inside handmade, steampunk-themed housing complete with working Nixie tubes. … [Read more...] about DIY Geiger Counter Detects Radiation With a Raspberry Pi and Steampunk Twist
If you want to take HomeBerry for a spin, you can check it out on Github. Martinák provides all of the source code and plenty of info to get you started. This isn't his first project, either. Be sure to follow him on Reddit for more projects and future updates to HomeBerry. … [Read more...] about Control Your Raspberry Pi with an Android App
We reached out to the California Department of Public Health to see why the state hasn’t pursued an app. A spokesperson for the department told us “Contact tracing is an essential public health function that has been used by public health departments for decades … It involves notifying people who have been in close contact with an infected person to prevent the disease from spreading to others. Most of that work can be done by phone, text, email, and chat.” … [Read more...] about Contact-tracing apps have been a disaster, but could they still save us?