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At last, Google discovers Raspberry Pi for real by https://is.gd/hR06sA

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After microcontrollers and embedded programming for, ermm, the sake of programming, the next hot thing is: AI at DIY level.

With AIY Projects, Google claims, Makers can use artificial intelligence to make human-to-machine interaction more like human-to-human interactions. They promise to release a series of reference kits, starting with voice recognition.

from https://is.gd/hR06sA

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12 Light and Fast PC Operating System For Old PC, Laptop and Tablet by Devendra via quickfever-v1-5

“If your computer having problems or lags while using Windows operating systems, you’ll discover some fast and lightweight OS in this article. There is another post where we discussed best alternative operating systems that are not specifically for old PC’s”

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10 Free Tools for Creating Infographics

“Don’t have hours to spare crafting something beautiful in Photoshop? We (They) select tools that won’t cost you a penny…”

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Test your VPN through Terminal – Linux Tips

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Do you use a VPN to connect to Internet and increase your privacy? If you are one of the many you would be sure that the VPN you are paying is really working properly.

You can always use, via browser, one of those dedicated websites that check your Ip and, in some cases, test the real effectiveness of VPN and/or use Terminal.

But, for my experience, if you prefer to test your public IP without using the Terminal, the best tutorial for this specific task has been published by http://www.tecadmin.net.

Get Public IP using Linux Terminal

Recommended!… if you are looking for an extra test that you can manage directly from Terminal.

Simple Terminal Commands to check 32/64-bit Version and Installed RAM on Ubuntu Computer

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When you want to check if you have a 32-bit or a 64-bit Linux you can open a Terminal and just type:

file /sbin/init

or

arch

If you prefer to know how much about the RAM you installed on the PC, type:

free -m

or

grep MemTotal /proc/meminfo

for more detailed info you can try:

cat /proc/meminfo

or

grep MemTotal /proc/meminfo

if you prefer to monitor your RAM in real time.

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If 100 People Lived On Earth by Sarcasm via YouTube.com