Lilbits 372: Raspberry Pi 4 charging issues (and USB-C confusion)

Raspberry Pi’s latest small and cheap single-board computer is the most powerful to date. The recently launched Raspberry Pi 4 features a quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 processor, an upgraded GPU, faster Ethernet, and for the first time it comes with three memory configuration choices: 1GB, 2GB, or 4GB. The new model is also the first to […]

You can charge a Nexus 5X from a Nexus 6P (or vice versa)

Google’s latest Nexus phones have different screen sizes, display resolutions, processors, and starting prices. But they also have a lot of things in common: they both run Android 6.0 Lollipop, they both have the same 12.3MP rear cameras and Nexus Imprint fingerprint sensors. And they both have USB Type-C ports. While those ports only support […]

Standardized notebook power supplies could be on the way

Taiwanese notebook manufacturers are taking the first steps toward developing a set of standards for notebook power supply units. DigiTimes reports that Acer and Asus, as well as OEMs such as Quanta, Compal, Wistron, Pegatron, and Inventec all support the idea. Between them, these companies are responsible for the production of the vast majority of […]