I'm tired of waiting for Microsoft to make what I think of as a "Woku," a Windows-based Roku-type device that I can use inexpensively and elegantly access my Windows 10-based media apps and services. So let's build one for ourselves.
Recent Raspberry Pi 3 Stories
I was a bit nervous to see the Raspberry Pi 3 announced with no mention at all of Windows 10. But Microsoft has confirmed that it supports the new kit PC with a free version of Windows 10 IoT Core.
Raspberry Pi today announced the Raspberry Pi 3, a new version of its wildly popular mini-computer board that adds a 64-bit quad-core and integrated wireless networking capabilities. The Raspberry Pi 3 costs just $35.