News this week in the Pi World

dontbeevil

We didn't mind losing our privacy before, but we've realized, hopefully in time, what big corporations can do with our data. Privacy is a very precious treasure and in Europe they want to protect us and the plans are to curiously copy the laws that we have had in Spain for years and I think it works. Point for Spain, even if we don't win today in Eurovision, we'll be there as I do every week in this, your favourite section about the Pi World. Let's go!


Video of the week: ODROID vs RASPBERRY PI - What Games can they Play?

ODROID-XU4Q

  • Review of Ubuntu 18.04 on ODROID-XU4Q Development Board: Article that shows us the benefits of the new operating system based on the Canonical distro in an ODROID-XU4Q. | cnx-software.com

crowpi

  • CrowPi - Lead You Go from Zero to Hero With Raspberry Pi: One of those Kits in Kickstarter that gets the attention. They've already achieved their goal and there's still a lot more to come: 7" touch screen, breadboard, input and output modules.... To get started with a Pi and get some sensors, it's not bad. | kickstarter.com

lamppi

  • Augmented Reality Projection Lamp With Raspberry Pi And Android Things: Great idea to use something as everyday as a lamp to project information and the whole open source project using Google Android Things. | raspberrypi.org

  • ISBN API thanks to Google: People are increasingly running away from big companies like Google, but they have an API for what you think. This comment from Dave McKay has been curious to me and we can use googleapis.com to know all the data of any article, scanning its code ISBN . | plus.google.com

odroid_mag_0518

  • ODROID Magazine May 2018: Backups scripts, Android Auto, Kodi and a good read to the rest of the week. | magazine.odroid.com

Tweet of the week thanks to @Raspberry_Pi:

Happy weekend!


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