I’ll be honest, I didn’t see this coming at all; a Raspberry Pi with a major hardware upgrade! It looks just like the Raspberry Pi B+ model, but this time it features an A7 quad core processor, and 1 GB of RAM. Meaning that modern operating systems can be run on this, rather than the slow version of Debian that was used on the previous versions.
Even more unexpected is Microsoft declaring that they’ll be releasing a Raspberry Pi friendly version of the upcoming Windows 10 for free! It won’t be the same as the retail edition for desktops, but it amazing that Microsoft is being very buddy-buddy with the Raspberry Pi community. Continue reading →
One of the many things that my friends often ask me is how to run their old PC games on their new Windows 7 or Mac OS X machine. Well if it’s a DOS game, you’re in luck. DOSBox is a DOS virtual machine that you can run in Windows 7/8, and there are versions available for Mac OS and Linux too! Continue reading →
So I got myself an Ouya, and over the weekend I’ve been playing a lot of this machine. Some good stuff, some bad stuff. But what do I think about this £99 console? Well… Why do we have to pay more for this! In the states it costs $99, but $99 is not £99, it’s £65! But talking about price, I’ll explain how this might get a little more pricey than expected depending on where you get it from. Let me explain… Continue reading →