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Raspberry Pi Mini Computer: Tiny $35/$25 Price-Tag Could Be Squeezed A little Lower — But Don’t Expect Sub-$20 Pi

The differentiator for the Raspberry Pi mini computer is price. It’s not the most powerful single-board computer around but it’s not trying to be. The platform-makers’ big idea was to make a device that kids could learn to code on — meaning it needed to be powerful enough to do cool stuff like play BlueRay-quality video, but cheap enough that kids wouldn’t have to share it with the rest of the family. 

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Lulzbot 3D Printer Receives FSF Hardware Certification

The FSF has awarded the Respects Your Freedom hardware certification to the LulzBot AO-100 3D printer by Aleph Objects. The device uses a free software stack and can be build and operated entirely with free software tools...

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Linux-Based Lamp Offers 'Illumination as a Service'

A Sydney company will use a Kickstarter program to launch a programmable light running a LAMP stack.

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Linux Kernel Support For The Loongson-3

Lemote has published new Linux kernel patches for enabling the Loongson-3 processor support plus Loongson-3 based systems...

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Build Your Own Arduino Powered Automatic Blinds

One of the easiest tricks to keeping a house warm (or cool), is to open and close the blinds in time with the sun. Of course, that's only helpful if you're home all the time to do that. 

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