RASPBERRY PI Posts on XDA

Google is Making a Computer Vision Kit for Raspberry Pi

Computer vision promises to revolutionize everything from smartphone security to document scanning, but the concepts aren't the easiest to wrap your head around. To help budding data scientists get experimenting, Google, one of the field's foremost authorities, is releasing a machine learning development kit for computer vision. Google says it's the first device to bring offline,...

Android Things Developer Preview 4 Released, New Hardware and Full Google Assistant SDK Added

Yesterday marked the release of Android Things Developer Preview 4, inching ever closer to the official release of Google’s low-power OS made for IoT devices. Details were posted in a blog entry on the Android-developers website. What’s New Earlier this month Google announced a partnership with AIY by releasing a co-produced build-your-own Google Home kit. Built on...

Raspberry Pi Zero W Announced with Wireless LAN and Bluetooth for $10

The Raspberry Pi Zero was first launched back in November of 2015, almost two and a half years ago. It was meant to be an entry-level Raspberry Pi as it was only priced at $5. This was used in a bunch of various projects from mini arcade cabinets to electric skateboards. However, there was demand for these...

Android Things Developer Preview 2 Released – Tensorflow, Peripheral I/O Among Lib’s Added

Today the Android Developers Blog announced the release of Developer Preview 2 for Android Things – Google’s lightweight, Android-based OS for all Things IoT. For those looking to build smart devices, or apps to interact with them, Android Things offers a platform which provides access to Google Play Services and the Google Cloud Platform while...

Tensorflow RC 1.0 Released, Android Optimizations Among New Features

Feature Image Displays Picture A in the Style of Famous Paintings B,C, and D - Image Credit: Google Research Blogs Tensorflow – an open-source neural network platform from the Google Brain team – has made available the release candidate for version 1.0 of its increasingly popular machine learning platform. Some of the most exciting new features include pre-made...

Root Your AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III with Ease using CASUAL

XDA Elite Recognised Developer AdamOutler is at it again. Following up on his Verizon Note II root method, he continues to roll out safe and easy-to-deploy root exploits via CASUAL, the Cross-platform ADB Scripting, Universal Android Loader.This time, the device in question is the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III. One of the major benefits of CASUAL is that...

Raspberry Pi and the Root All the Things Box – XDA Developer TV

During his presentation at last years Big Android BBQ, XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler gave a presentation and showed off a box that was able to automatically root a phone. Dubbed the "Root All The Things Box," all you needed was to plug in a device and watch the LED indicators on the box. And in a...

Learn How to Host a Website with a Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is not only one of the most unique devices on XDA, but it is also among the most popular with developers. So far, we've brought you news of Raspberry Pi getting ICS, ADB support, and a supercomputer was built out of a bunch of them and Legos. It's even made our Best...

ADB Fully Working on Raspberry Pi

There are several small PC kits for people to have computing power in the palm of their hands. Many of these are actually, low powered devices usually loaded with Android or some kind of Linux distro, whose sole purpose of existing is to---well, we are still not sure about that one, but it certainly fills...

Forums Added for the Raspberry Pi, LG Optimus G, HTC One VX, and HTC Desire X!

Last week, we added forums for a couple of devices that stood out in their own unique way. These were, of course, the Intel-powered RAZR i and the relatively diminutive Galaxy S III Mini. This week, we have a few new forums to add as well. To start things off, we have the Raspberry Pi due to popular demand. While not...

Raspberry Pi to Receive Ice Cream Sandwich

Late last year, we added the Hardware Hacking forum to help spawn discussion between developers and users in hacking the latest hardware platforms. Over the past year, the tech world has seen a number of new hardware platforms enter the marketplace like the Kickstarter project Equismo Smart TV and the Raspberry Pi. All of these...