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Watch: PinePhone Running Ubuntu Touch

Watch: PinePhone Running Ubuntu Touch

via Marius Gripsgard: Software support for the PinePhone, an Allwinner A64-powered open-source Linux smartphone, has been making excellent progress recently with numerous Linux touch-based operating systems. A couple of the main goals of the PinePhone is to be open-source (FOSS),...

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Upcoming Product: SOEdge Module - More Details

Upcoming Product: SOEdge Module - More Details

From cnx-software.com, referencing an earlier ameriDroid.com article, plus new info from several sources including ameriDroid.com via TL Lim (founder of PINE64) and pine64.org: A few weeks ago, ameriDroid reported Pine64 would soon launch SORock and SOEdge systems-on-module, but at the...

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Upcoming Product: More PineTab Details from TL Lim

Upcoming Product: More PineTab Details from TL Lim

From the PinePhone Telegram group: Paraphrased comments from TL Lim, PINE64's founder, edited for clarity. PineTab's M.2 expansion board is ready - photos will be sent to Lukasz for the PINE64 August 5th update The M.2 expansion slot will have...

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Project: Packing SBC Goodness into a Mid-ATX Tower

Project: Packing SBC Goodness into a Mid-ATX Tower

Here at ameriDroid, we use the products we sell for our own infrastructure. The Cloudshell2 running 2x 1TB hard disk drives (HDDs) that we've been using for a few years has gotten rather full, so we're building a higher-capacity solution...

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Project: Mounting Clusterboard in an ATX Mini Tower

Project: Mounting Clusterboard in an ATX Mini Tower

Did you know the PINE64 Clusterboard has mounting holes in a mini-ITX pattern that is also supported by most ATX cases? Just to test this out, we grabbed a decommissioned 10-year-old desktop computer, stripped it, and mounted the Clusterboard in...

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