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How to make a DIY SNES Classic with Raspberry Pi, ASUS Tinker Board, and More

Don't buy a SNES Classic Mini! Build your own DIY SNES Mini with a Raspberry Pi, ASUS Tinker Board, or RockPro64!

Get Started With Docker on Raspberry Pi

Learn how to get started with Docker on Raspberry Pi, from what is Docker to why you should use Docker on the Raspberry Pi. Plus, check out a test Docker pull of a Docker Plex Media Server for Raspberry Pi!

Getting Started with Orange Pi Prime Armbian

Find out all about an Orange Pi Prime Armbian installation for a lightweight, minimalist Linux distro!

Welcome to the ESP32 running EduBlocks!

The ESP32 has become the big thing in Internet of Things (IoT) projects. It offers better WiFi, Bluetooth and performance than the ESP8266, and for not much more money!

Build your own solder fume extractor

We love soldering. It is one of the most fundamental skills that any maker can learn, but the fumes produced by soldering aren’t good for you. However, before you start panicking, there are a few simple rules to follow.

What is the Crumble microcontroller and what can we do with it?

When we think of microcontrollers, we think of one of the many hundreds of boards on the market. But when we think of microcontrollers for children, the list is a little shorter, in fact only two boards spring to mind for us, the BBC micro:bit and Codebug. But before these two popular boards there was another board aimed squarely at children, and that was Crumble.

Getting Started with Chromium OS on Raspberry Pi

There are loads of operating system (OS) options for the Raspberry Pi. While Linux distributions (distros) such as Raspbian, Ubuntu MATE, and Debian may be the most common, you can also install tons of alternatives. Among them, you'll find the likes of Chrome OS. Learn how to install Chromium OS for Raspberry Pi boards!

Getting Started With GameStation Turbo on Odroid XU4: GameStation Turbo XU4 Installation

Learn more about the GameStation Turbo XU4 OS, from what it is to how to install it, and first impressions!

Launch applications using an RFID card reader and Raspberry Pi

The humble keyboard and mouse are traditional forms of input that are used to control computers. But for those of us too young, or those requiring a computer to be adapted for their needs, these traditional interfaces are not suitable and we need to adapt how we offer an interface for the user.