This world of development boards surprises me more and more every day. We have so many alternatives and today it's easy to emulate any game console, assemble our industrial and home development box or compete with Apple's HomePod, which they keep talking about. We see all this and much more today Friday in the weekly section of Pi World.
Industrial Android with emteria.OS: Android ver. 7.1 for the Pi3 which can be used for commercial purposes, although they have a free version to try. | emteria.com
ODROID XU4 vs Raspberry Pi 3 - Stress Test, Mining Monero and Network Interface Benchmark: Let's be honest. These kinds of comparisons are not fair, but it is good to know the potential of these boards and maybe they can be adjusted to our needs in the future. | youtube.com
Tweet of the week thanks to @NTAuthority:
As a sequel to my popular beginner's guide to installing Node.js on a Raspberry Pi, I created an article at https://t.co/PTefWJc2GM that focuses on creating a highly optimized @Raspberry_Pi system that runs lean on resources with the help of Raspbian Lite. #RaspberryPi #Nodejs— Dave Johnson (@thisDaveJ) 20 de febrero de 2018