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Not Fugaku but whatever

Fugaku: Japan’s new next-gen supercomputer

The government aim to start using Fugaku in 2021. Back in 2009, I started working at Fujitsu in Stevenage,...
Tux, the Linux mascot

South Korea to migrate government systems to Linux

It looks like the republic is one of many nations to switch to the open source OS. Yay, a...
hgterm

The hgTerm – A Palm-Sized Raspberry Pi Mini Laptop

Finally, someone has made one that looks attractive. A ton of small single board computers have joined the market...

Vaccines And Why They’re So Important

That's not the title of the video and here's why. Spoiler alert: I am 100% for vaccinations.
German Pokédex

Here’s How To Build Your Own Pokédex on Android

It's all possible thanks to an API called Algolia. We featured a Pokédex created using a Raspberry Pi, a...
lonnie johnson and his super soaker

Watch This Old Super Soaker Restore Itself to Original Condition

The Larami Super Soaker, invented by Lonnie Johnson, gets a new lease of life thanks to Hand Tool Rescue.
Android Q

Google release Android Q Beta 3

Google's latest beta iteration comes with better gestures, dark mode, and more. We're only a few months away from...
UrAvgConsumer's Top 10 Tech Life Hacks of 2019

UrAvgConsumer’s Top 10 Tech Life Hacks of 2019

Everyone loves a life hack and UrAvgConsumer has 10 of them already and we're not even halfway through the year.
This Raspberry Pi Media Player Plays Simpsons Episodes at Random

This Raspberry Pi Media Player Plays Simpsons Episodes at Random

Using a Raspberry Pi Zero, Stephen Coyle built a media player that would play random episodes of The Simpsons one at a time.
Black coders

Fullstack Academy’s 15 Tech Orgs Supporting Black Coders

The New York coding school compiled a list of 15 organisations who "actively support black coders". LOG!CFACE exists because...