As voice recognition and natural language analysis have improved, the availability of digital personal assistants, from Bixby to Alexa or Cortana to Google Assistant, all leading technology companies continue to develop digital assistants. Recently, Google released its Wizard API for Raspberry Pi 3.
Blocking ads across the network through its own Linux hardware
No software is required on the client side Install by running a command: curl -sSL https://install.pi-hole.net | bash |
Block more than 100,000 ad service domains
Block ads on any device
Blocking at the network level allows any device to block advertisements, regardless of the hardware or operating system.
Improve the overall performance of the network
Since ads are blocked before they are downloaded, your network will perform better.
Reduce the use of cellular data
Match your Pi-hole with a VPN to block ads along the way and save on data costs.
No se requiere software del lado del cliente Instalar ejecutando un comando: curl -sSL https://install.pi-hole.net | bash| Bloquee más de 100.000 dominios de servicio de anuncios Bloquear anuncios en cualquier dispositivo El bloqueo a nivel de red permite que cualquier dispositivo bloquee anuncios, independientemente del hardware o sistema operativo. Mejore el rendimiento general de la red Dado que los anuncios se bloquean antes de que se descarguen, su red tendrá un mejor rendimiento. Reducir el uso de datos celulares Empareja tu Pi-hole con una VPN para bloquear anuncios en el camino y ahorra en costos de datos.
The NES Classic Edition was a miniature replica of the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) video game console. It came with a library of 30 built-in games and software used to emulate the original console. The emulator ran on an Allwinner R16, which is a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 based processor.
OSMC (Open Source Media Center) is a free and open source media player based on Linux. Founded in 2014, OSMC allows you to play media from your local network, attached storage and the Internet. OSMC is the leading media center in terms of feature set and community and is based on the Kodi project.
OpenELEC is built from the ground up to explicitly include only the bare minimum of what is required. Kodi Live starts from a full Linux distribution and pars down from there, meaning your install contains large amounts of content you don’t actually need. Also, OpenELEC is an appliance – meaning trivial system wide updates including Kodi. Live requires Linux knowledge and time to maintain. OpenELEC maintains itself automatically.