There’s a New Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, Slimmed Down and Quad-Cored

Yay to the Compute Module upgrade!!! Wait, Raspberry Pi lovers step aside, there are human beings out there that don’t even know what the original CM1 board, originally released back in 2014, is! Anyone needing a refresher, the original Compute … Continue reading


Newest Member of the Arduino Family Is the MKRZero, a Shrunken Down 32-Bit DIY Board

Anyone who isn’t into baby motherboards like the Raz Pi or Arduino line, you’re probably not going to know what I’m talking about over here. However, to all the Arduino lovers in the world, you’ll be happy to hear about … Continue reading


HP’s Tiny Z2 Mini Is the ‘World’s First Mini Workstation’

After several years without an upgrade or major overhaul to the Mac Mini, it is now approaching relic status the PC world. Major computing manufacturers, especially those serving primarily enterprise and business environments, have to constantly evolve to keep up … Continue reading


Ockel’s Sirius A Wants to Be The Cutest, and Most Groundbreaking Mini PC Ever

You know those Dutch, always exceeding in the most intriguing of areas. I’m more than a fan of the Dutch, I am partially Dutch, so I’m allowed to boast about their technical culture. A particularly profitable Dutch firm, Ockel from … Continue reading


The $300 Kangaroo Notebook Is the World’s First Modular Laptop

InFocus made huge waves in the mini PC market last year when they introduced their teeny-tiny, ultra-portable Kangaroo Mobile Desktop. At roughly the size of a thick business card, this pocket-sized PC boasted the potential to actually replace hulking desktop … Continue reading


ORWL, Could the Mini PC Be How We Finally Start Truly Locking Our Data?

These days, something that fits in your palm could be a smartphone, a phablet, an MP3 player, a media streaming device, etc. What about an actual desktop mini PC? Well that sure sounds impressive, and it is. A miniature, flying … Continue reading


The Raspberry Pi Marks 10 Million in Sales With Its Pi Starter Kit, and It Deserves the Credit

You’d think after being in business for over 5 years now, the Raspberry Pi Foundation would have done something like this before. The start-up, as well as lovers of the Pi across the globe, have most definitely brought out the … Continue reading


Lenovo’s Getting Serious About Gaming VR Machines with Two new IdeaCentre Models

Lenovo, while the company has been at it’s ears in laptop designing, such as the highly notable Air 13 Pro– a.k.a. it’s obvious stab at the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air, the tech giant has a couple of gaming PCs to … Continue reading


The Simple Fun You’ve Always Wanted is a Pocket-Sized PocketCHIP Running PICO-8

The last time I considered something legit for computing and phoning, requiring two hands to hold and type, was the almighty Blackberry phone. Also known as the loser of the market, Blackberry isn’t readily used by the common public anymore, … Continue reading


Get Creative with the NanoPi Neo, a Linux-based SBC even Cheaper than The Raspberry Pi!

A little adorable Raspberry Pi alternative? How could anything get cuter than the original bite-sized computer board that swept the world with its countless uses and $35 price tag? We are in for a treat, because a company called FriendlyARM, … Continue reading


The Amazingly Cheap Pi Zero Gains a Camera Connector and is Available Now!

What? The Raspberry Pi Foundation has done something else, cheaper than ever before? We’re of course used to the already affordable $20-$35 Pis, which have been slightly upgraded over the past few years. Yet, some of you may still not … Continue reading


The Fathom Compute Stick: Aimed to Bring More Visual Intelligence to Devices

You may be new to the name Movidius, but it’s a chip-making brand that continues to show up in more and more products. Crowned as an industry leader for vision technology and now based in San Mateo, California, Movidius is … Continue reading


MeLE Made a PC-On-A-Stick Running Ubuntu Linux for $70

Ubuntu has always been one of those wonderful underdog operating systems living in its own world (world, meaning the folks who know it and prefer it). But, the Linux OS is now finally making its way into more devices than … Continue reading


Kangaroo Mobile Desktop Pro, Small, Affordable, and Port-Wealthy

Kangaroo Mobile, first released in desktop form by InFocus, global pioneer in visual communications, made waves in the ultra-low end PC market by giving consumers something ultra powerful to work with. This week, we heard news of the new Kangaroo … Continue reading


MSI Takes on MacBook Pro’s Cylindrical Design With New Vortex Gaming PC

There’s a triangular core containing a CPU and two GPUs, and just one fan to keep the entire PC running cool Remember when the Apple Mac Pro Desktop came out, everyone thought it looked like a trash can. Being cylindrical … Continue reading