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Raspberry Pi Opens its ARM Graphics Code

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that it is now able to release the ARM code of the Raspberry Pi's graphics stack, giving the mini-computer a completely open source ARM-based software platform...

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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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