Mac Developer: Google to bring official Android support to the Raspberry Pi 3 | Ars Technica
Google to bring official Android support to the Raspberry Pi 3 | Ars Technica: "The Raspberry Pi 3 is not hurting for operating system choices. The tiny ARM computer is supported by several Linux distributions and even has a version of Windows 10 IoT core available. Now, it looks like the Pi is about to get official support for one of the most popular operating systems out there: Android. In Google's Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repository, a new device tree recently popped up for the Raspberry Pi 3."
When I was a kid, the Apple ][ was my dream machine, but I could never afford one, so I bought a Commodore 64 and programmed the Apple at my High School. In the end, the C64 provided a superior education because of the ASICs that handled sound (especially), since audio synthesis has played a role in, well, most of my life. If I had the time, I'd get into the Raspberry Pi. You know, with C and Linux, not with Java or Windows. Sorry, guys.
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