Raspberry Pi 5 Review — Hands-On with the Most Powerful Raspberry Pi Yet
Available to buy this October in 4GB and 8GB variants, the Raspberry Pi 5 offers beastly performance — and PCIe connectivity to boot.
Hackster's FPGAdventures: FPGA-Driven Video Streaming with the Microchip PolarFire SoC Video Kit
Join us as we take Microchip's PolarFire SoC Video Kit for a spin, using the FPGA fabric and its RISC-V cores to stream live video.
PIC18-Q20 Is Microchip's First Microcontroller Supporting the New I3C Interface
Target device mode capable of up to 12.5 MBit/s, dynamically assigned address, and backward compatible with I2C.