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DeskPi Pro (Fail)

The DeskPi Pro offers more than just a case and cooling solution for Raspberry Pi Fans. It's such a shame the Initial release was dogged with faulty daughter boards.

Lumie Zip Battery Replacement

Consumables should be easily replaced when, say, a battery reaches end-of-life. Officially Lumie say there's no repair service. It cost £10 and five minutes to replace the battery and breathe new life into this Lumie Zip.

Take Me Down to Emulation City…

Emulators are the key these days to using legacy hardware and preserving our digital heritage, though many are Windows based, what's available for the macOS User? In today's article we take a look...

Auto Update Your Raspberry Pi

Need to ensure your Raspberry Pi is patched and up-to-date? This article shows you how to add an auto-schedule script to check and upgrade your pi unattended.

The Birthday Paradox

Did someone say cake? What's the probability of two people in a group of people share the same birthday? Have you been curious? Well wonder no more as I explain basic probability principles and did I mention it was recently my 50th Birthday?

Autonomous Collective

As autonomous tech is rolled out into the real world, it's inevitable that operational challenges will occur. The key is how we adapt and handle these exceptions. This is my experience of Starship and how well they handled my advisement of an emergency stop.

There’s a Starman

It was a pipe dream on a Tomorrows World program of world automation, here's my experience of Starships flagship robot delivery service.

Multi Mark – For Stubborn 3″ Disks

I'd purchased some Three Inch disks from a well known Retro Seller some months ago, but today I was able to take a look and format them for use. Unfortunately due to their age, they had corruption on the media. My usual toolset didn't help, cue... Multi-Mark from Tom and Jerry of GPA