Odroid-Go is an affordable DIY portable Game Console. It looks and feels like a Game Boy. You can play Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), GameBoy, GameBoy Color, Sega Master System, and Sega Game Gear titles on it. Aside from gaming, the Odroid Go can be used for basic programming practice (Arduino compatibility).
The Steam Link app is out now for Raspberry Pi 3B and 3B+ (running Raspbian Stretch). A wired network is strongly recommended. You can install it by running the following command line:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install steamlink
To run, you can launch it from the Games menu, or run the following from a command line:
steamlink. Have fun with it. 😀
John Romero is making a successor to the original Doom version (1993). It's called Sigil and it will be released as a free modification (Megawad) in mid- February 2019. It contains nine single-player and nine deathmatch levels. John Romero is a game designer and co-creator of Doom. If you want more details on the game check out his page: https://www.romerogames.ie/sigil/
Watch out: SQL Santa Clause is coming to town! He's making a database. He's sorting it twice.
SELECT * from contacts WHERE behavior = 'nice'. SQL Clause is coming to town.
Easy Wins (Uninstall): If you don’t need them, these applications take up a lot of space… Wolfram (829 MB) and libreoffice (322 MB). Commands sudo apt-get purge wolfram-engine and sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice* - enjoy your free space.
Raspberry Pi has a powerful feature called the GPIO row (general-purpose input/output, 40-pins) along the top edge of the board. Using a breadboard and some leds you can unlimited fun with it or pimp your kids todys.
Happy #NationalCookieDay everybody! One of my favorite ''holidays''. Everybody take one. Enjoy! 🍪
Marvel Studios: Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) is Captain Marvel. Coming to theaters in 2019. A superhero who returns to Earth after years away. I have watched the trailers on YouTube, looks like a good action movie.
CeBIT one of the largest IT exhibitions is closing forever. This makes me speechless and somehow sad.
It is fascinating and terrifying to learn how much of our privacy is at stake these days...