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Snappy Ubuntu Core Now Supports Raspberry Pi 2’s GPIO And I2C

Kyle Fazzari, one of the Canonical developers has announced that Snappy Ubuntu Core has received support for Raspberry Pi 2’s GPIO or I2C, meaning that the Snappy Scope permits the users to list the installed .snap packages and install and

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Mycroft – Internet of Things AI Powered By Raspberry Pi 2 And Snappy Ubuntu Core

As you may know, Mycroft is an open-source AI that acts like a virtual artificial intelligence and uses Raspberry Pi 2 and Ubuntu Snappy Core, created for the IoT (Internet of Things) devices. Equipped with Wi-Fi support, an HDMI port,

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Snappy Open House Is An Online Event Where Community Members Can Ask The Ubuntu Snappy Developers Questions

Canonical’s Nicholas Skaggs has announced Snappy Open House, a new event for Ubuntu developers, contributors and community members to meet and discuss upon the Ubuntu Snappy Core, the Ubuntu IoT OS. The event will take place on the Ubuntu on

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Some Experiemental Ubuntu Snappy Core Images (Based on Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf) Have Been Released

As you may already know, Canonical maintains the Ubuntu Desktop Next flavor of Ubuntu, an Ubuntu system that uses by default Unity 8 and Mir, the two being used only on Ubuntu Touch for now. Some experimental Ubuntu Snappy Core

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The Snappy Ubuntu Core for Raspberry Pi 2 Has Been Updated

As you may know, Canonical has created a special Ubuntu Snappy Core image for the Raspberry Pi 2 ARM mini computer, to help the users familiarize with Ubuntu for the Internet of Things OS. The Snappy Ubuntu Core has been

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Ubuntu Snappy Core For Raspberry Pi 2 Has Been Updated

As you may know, Canonical has created a special Ubuntu Snappy Core image for the Raspberry Pi 2 ARM mini computer, to help the users familiarize with Ubuntu for the Internet of Things OS. The first Ubuntu Snappy Core image

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Ubuntu Snappy Core Now Provides a UI for RIOT (Internet of Things OS)

As you may know, Canonical’s main focuses are Ubuntu Touch, the mobile version of Ubuntu, the mobile-desktop convergence and Ubuntu Snappy Core, an Ubuntu system specially designed for the Internet of Things. Recently, Canonical has announced that the Ubuntu Snappy

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See Mark Shuttleworth’s Keynote From This Year’s “Internet of Things World” Event

As you may know, Canonical is not focusing only on Ubuntu Touch, convergence and Ubuntu Desktop. Also, the Ubuntu Snappy Core, developed to be the most advanced Internet of Things (ioT) OS, is important for Mark Shuttleworth. Mark Shuttleworth has

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Erle Robotics Has Created The First Ubuntu Snappy Core Powered Drone

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Erle Robotics has created the first Ubuntu Snappy Core powered drone, having 20 minute flight time and being able to carry up to 2 kg weight. The Erle-Copter Ubuntu drone costs €574 (about

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