Day to day Crunch: Minute print on the new Raspberry Pi
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1. The Raspberry Pi Foundation unveils the Raspberry Pi 4
While the Raspberry Pi first started as a easy laptop designed to educate younger of us the vogue to code, it has turn correct into a versatile tool with many alternative use cases.
In phrases of bodily compose, the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B appears to be like devour the outdated flagship model. It’s a single-board laptop with heaps of connectors that is the dimensions of a deck of playing cards. Nevertheless all the pieces has been up to this point.
2. Echo Level to 5 overview
Brian Heater says that ought to you’re having a survey for a tidy home hub to double as an alarm clock, the Lenovo Neat Clock is your most engrossing wager. Nevertheless if video playback and chat are most important, Amazon’s bought you coated.
3. Google’s new media literacy program teaches younger of us the vogue to space disinformation and unsuitable news
The firm is launching six new media literacy activities for the curriculum that can educate younger of us issues devour the vogue to defend faraway from a phishing attack, what bots are, the vogue to substantiate that info is credible, the vogue to defend in mind sources, the vogue to establish disinformation on-line, space unsuitable URLs and more.
4. Who’s going to use the wide inferior Libra?
Whilst you’ve been wondering who’s surely going to use Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency, Jon Evans has some thoughts.
5. The energy of Ravelry’s stance in opposition to white supremacy reaches previous the knitting community
This weekend, Ravelry enacted a protection that explicitly bans toughen of Donald Trump and his administration in tell material posted to the assign, collectively with project entries, patterns, forum posts and profiles.
6. Transitioning from engineering to product with Adobe’s Anjul Bhambhri
An interview with the vice chairman of platform engineering at Adobe. (Further Crunch membership required.)
7. This week’s TechCrunch podcasts
The Fairness physique of workers discusses the feature VCs hang played in the trend of Facebook’s Libra, Fashioned Snort material reviews the Netflix sequence “When They See Us” and most importantly, Mixtape is befriend with a conversation with Uber’s Meena Harris.