If you’ve ever wanted to have a conversation with your own tiny home-made computer, then your prayers have just been answered. Raspberry Pi has teamed up with Google, bringing voice integration to the Pi with a clever combination of hardware and software.
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<blockquote class="curated_content">Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton announced the immediate availability of the Raspberry Pi 3 yesterday, which also marked the company's fourth anniversary. Microsoft first announced Windows 10 support for Raspberry Pi last year, and has been refining the platform and capabilities based on customer feedback, Anders said in his blog post.</blockquote>