August update: RISC and reward

This month we take a close look at the Star64, check out PineBuds (Pro) progress and discuss the Pinecil V2. I also come bearing good news concerning the PinePhone Pro, which has seen a small but significant hardware redesign and some important software updates.     Let’s get into it. You can watch the synopsis of this […]

Lukasz Erecinski Aug 28. 2022 33

June Update: Who likes RISC-V?

This month we reveal that we are working on a powerful and affordable RISC-V single board computer, discuss PineNote’s huge software improvements and provide updates on PinePhone, PinePhone Pro and Pinebook Pro’s availability. I am also taking the opportunity to let you know that, after 6 years of holding PINE64’s community manager post, I’ll be […]

Lukasz Erecinski Jun 28. 2022 299

December update: a year in review

Seasonal greetings from the PINE64 community team! In the last community update of 2021 we’ll take a look at progress made this year and discuss potential avenues to explore in 2022.  As far as news is concerned, we are happy to let you know that the PinePhone Pro Explorer Edition and PinePhone Pro keyboard production […]

Lukasz Erecinski Dec 15. 2021 16

RISC-V SBC Riddle

The riddle has been solved by DALTON. I’ll be contacting the winner in the coming days. Thank you to everyone who played along! The correct answer is: PINEONE In the event you’re interested, you can learn more about this and previous riddles here. It is time for a bit of community fun. Below you’ll find […]

Lukasz Erecinski Mar 9. 2021 181

003: Quartzy Keyboards

In the third episode of PineTalk, Ezra and Peter discuss the PINE64 February Community Update and answer community questions about Sxmo, RISC-V, and ARM Workstations. Remember: This is a community podcast, we need your questions, ideas and input to make this work! Also, please leave feedback on what we should do better!

linmob Feb 26. 2021 0

February Update: Show and Tell

Welcome to this month’s community update. As many of you know, we have now entered the Chinese New Year (CNY) period, which means that all manufacturing and related business activities have ground to a halt. It is always a mad rush to complete ongoing work prior to CNY, but now that the festive period is […]

Lukasz Erecinski Feb 15. 2021 90

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