Hardware kit turns Raspberry Pi into a DIY Google Home (kind of)

Just a few days after Google released a software development kit for Google Assistant, allowing developers to bring Google’s voice assistant service to third-party hardware, there’s a new hardware kit that lets you turn a Raspberry Pi into an Assistant-enabled device. The AIY Projects voice kit includes a speaker, microphone, cables, arcade-style button, and a cardboard case […]

Clearly your Raspberry Pi needs a tube amp (crowdfunding)

The Raspberry Pi line of devices are inexpensive, low-power, credit card-sized computers. But while there are USB ports for connecting a keyboard, mouse, gamepad, or other accessories, there are also a series of GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output) pins that allow you to connect hardware in other ways. For instance, you can connect a HAT (Hardware […]