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Raspberry Pi
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by Gareth Halfacree
Does the Raspberry Pi’s first official accessory live up to its high-resolution hype, or is its outlook blurred?

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by Gareth Halfacree
Is Synology’s latest-generation two-bay Linux-powered NAS worth the upgrade for owners of previous models?

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Distros
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by Rob Zwetsloot
A highly customised Debian designed for video and audio professionals, how exactly does it differ from other distros, and does it deliver?

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Features
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Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Google Reader is on its way out, so what’s the best way to keep your feeds organised client side?

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Distros
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by Rob Zwetsloot
The most ambitious Linux Mint yet is one of the best desktop distros ever made

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by Gareth Halfacree
Can the BeagleBoard’s project latest open-source creation offer competition to the ubiquitous Raspberry Pi?

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Distros
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by Rob Zwetsloot
The distro formerly known as Cinnarch gets a new name and a new direction, but keeps its Arch Linux core

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Programming
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by Gareth Halfacree
A fully functional low-cost single-board computer with dual Gigabit Ethernet and two USB 3.0 ports, is the MiraBox an ARM-based miracle?

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Raspberry Pi
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by Rob Zwetsloot
We pit six Raspberry Pi operating systems against one another to find out which one is the king of the tiny computer distros

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by Rob Zwetsloot
It’s that time again for a new Ubuntu – should you be raring to go with it, or is it a case of more of the same?

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Raspberry Pi
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by Rob Zwetsloot
A developer friendly case for a wallet friendly price

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Distros
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by Rob Zwetsloot
An enlightened versions of Ubuntu, Bodhi is an incredibly lightweight and highly customisable distro using Canonical’s base. Is Bodhi crippled from this, or much better?

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