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Posted by Gavin Thomas
The second round of Ubuntu Phones drastically needs to improve on the initial offering of the BQ Aquaris 4.5. Does the MX4 have what it takes?

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Personal ‘cloud storage’ with a more sensible name, is this Seagate portable worth keeping with you?

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Raspberry Pi
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by Gareth Halfacree
It’s the follow-up to Intel’s original MinnowBoard, but can the Max take on its ARM-based rivals?

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Raspberry Pi
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by Rob Zwetsloot
The cheapest and simplest Raspberry Pi robot you’re going to find on the market. Is it a perfect entry-level kit?

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Raspberry Pi
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by Rob Zwetsloot
The base for your own custom Raspberry Pi-powered hardware utilises the compute module and an open circuit that you can modify yourself

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Raspberry Pi
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by Rob Zwetsloot
The biggest surprise of the year is the true second iteration of the greatest education and hobby tool since Arduino

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Raspberry Pi
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by Linux user staff
Discover the best robotics kits around for both Raspberry Pi and Arduino

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Raspberry Pi
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by Linux User team
Discover the best robotics kits around for both Raspberry Pi and Arduino

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by Gareth Halfacree
With a 16-core coprocessor based on Epiphany architecture, is Parallella the single-board computer that developers have been waiting for?

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by Gareth Halfacree
With a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, is the CuBox-i4Pro an apt ARM entry point for home theatre?

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Most people stick with Raspbian, but is that really the best OS for your Pi? Find out in this six-page super test!

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by Rob Zwetsloot
A Pi competitor using a MIPS chip with potentially a lot more power and much more uses for makers and hackers

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