Asus Tinker Board Review: First Impressions
The Asus Tinker Board is a new ARM-based single-board computer (SBC) which stands out from the crowd. It?s tiny, affordable, with strong performance, and targeted at the DIY/hobbyist market. Essentially a complete PC ? motherboard, CPU, GPU, system memory and more ? all in one package, it is priced at £54.99. hot
Asus Eee PC 701 Review
This review aims to provide readers with an in-depth treatment of the Eee, using an actual retail unit, instead of a pre-production model
ASUS Eee PC 901 Linux Edition Review
a single port device server designed for control and automation applications. It is the first product in its class to use Embedded Linux as an operating system
First Steps with the Raspberry Pi
Producing a PC capable of running Linux, Quake III-quality games, and 1080p video is worthy of praise.
Hands-On: First impressions of the Raspberry Pi 3
Two days after its launch, I have my first Raspberry Pi 3. Here are my initial observations and the results of my first few tests with it.
to learn the tools, tactics, and motives of the blackhat community, and share those lessons learned
MIPS Creator CI20 Debian 8
A review of the CI20 microcomputer is getting an update to Debian 8, with a modern Linux kernel 3.18, and major driver updates to the PowerVR graphics and Wi-Fi firmware, along with changes to the NAND memory driver.
Penguin Computing's dual-Pentium system
a review of a dual-Pentium SCSI systems designed and configured for Linux
TuxTops Obsidian N30W
Jon Valesh looks at this 650/500MHz SpeedStep Pentium III laptop focusing on the support provided for Linux