The CutiePi tablet with a built-in handle, a Raspberry Pi for brains, and Linux-based software is nearing release. Twitter is charging people willing to pay for an Undo Tweet button (and a few other perks). Google hopes YouTube might be a friendlier place if it hides the number of times the dislike button has been clicked on videos. And NXP has unveiled a new processor family.

Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.

CutiePi – a Raspberry Pi CM4 Linux Tablet [Jeff Geerling]

The CutiePi is a $229 tablet powered by a Raspberry Pi Compute Module. Under development for the past few years, it’s nearing release and Jeff Geerling got a chance to take a look and pre-production hardware shows its custom Linux-based UI that’s optimized for tablets, the repairable design… and unfortunately also thermal issues that lead to CPU throttling.

NXP’s i.MX 93 Applications Processor Family [NXP]

NXP introduces i.MX 93 series processors for IoT, automotive, and edge applications, with up to two ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores @ 1.7 GHz, a real-time Cortex-M33 micocontroller, and Ethos-U65 microNPU.

Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22499 [Windows Blogs]

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22499 makes it easier to share content from open apps to Microsoft Teams by hovering over taskbar icons and clicking the new “share this window” button.

Update to YouTube Dislike Counts [YouTube]

YouTube announces it will hide public views of dislike counts. Users can still gives videos a thumbs down, and creators will still see the feedback, but other users will not. The change begins rolling out today.

Twitter Blue rolls out in the US and New Zealand for $3/month [Twitter]

Previously available in Australia and Canada, the subscription service for Twitter power users an Undo Tweet button (but not an edit button), plus Reader for making long threads easier to read, plus more flair options and ad-free articles from partner news sites.

Apple introduces Apple Business Essentials [Apple]

Apple’s new Apple Business Essentials service launches in beta today, and brings device management, support, and storage into a single subscription for small businesses with up to 500 employees.

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  1. The CutiePi looks, well, cute. I was wondering how it compares to the PineTab, which costs less than half as much. Pine offers more OS options, though I don’t know how many of them are ready for consumers. You can even add a SSD to the PineTab. However, I imagine that both the CutiePi and PineTab are competing with the Amazon 7 to be the slowest tablet sold.

  2. Of course they got rid of it. I was expecting this for years. We can’t have other people seeing how abhorrent certain politicians are thought to be.

    1. It requires a bunch of spin control when the Resident and members of the administration and MSM gets thousands of down votes for every up vote.

      1. I think you might be trying to mock me but there really are a lot of bad tutorial and scam videos that it’s now less clear that there might be something wrong with.
        I mean, really the efforts to remove disliking entirely started over YouTube Rewind videos being heavily disliked, and ad customers would also want this to happen. It lets them upload their own videos for products and services with the the illusion that no one sees anything wrong with them. Politicians and their lobbyists just happen to be really really big ad customers.

        1. I am not. I actually am talking seriously about such videos that spread misinformation or just straight up lies.