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BeagleV Starlight RISC-V single-board computer canceled, a new model may be coming in 2022

The BeagleV Starlight single-board computer was supported to be an affordable development platform for folks who wanted to get started with RISC-V architecture. Expected to sell for under $150, the BeagleV project was first announced in January and boards were expected to begin shipping in April. But the BeagleV Starlight never went into mass production, […]

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BeagleBone Black Rev C features Debian Linux, 4GB storage

The BeagleBone Black is an inexpensive computer-on-a-module that’s kind of like a cross between a Raspberry Pi and a Arduino board. You can use it as the brains of a low-power computer, or as the heart of a robot, home automation system, or other hardware project. The first version of the BeagleBone Black launched about […]

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BeagleBone Black is a $45 Android, Linux computer and hardware prototyping board

There’s a new player in the low-cost, ARM-based, mini-computer space. The BeagleBone Black is a $45 device which can run Linux or Android software and which can be used as a barebones computer or as the brains of a hardware project such as a robot, a home automation system, or more. It’s sort of what […]

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$299 kit lets you add a Pixel Qi display to a BeagleBoard, PandaBoard

Tin Can Tools has released a new kit that lets you add a Pixel Qi sunlight readable display to a BeagleBoard or PandaBoard system. Both are tiny computer systems aimed at hobbyists interested in building anything from digital signage to robots with the palm-sized computer as the brains. The Tin Can Tools kit includes a […]

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Can’t pick an OS? Always Innovating pushes triple-boot Android, Chrome, Ubuntu platform

Always Innovating, the company that brought us a tablet/netbook hybrid that you could stick to a refrigerator is back. But this time instead of focusing on its own hardware, this time the company is showcasing software it’s developed which can run on the $149 BeagleBoard compact computing platform. The software is called Super-Jumbo, and for […]