Raspberry Pi: Hottest Tech Device That Isn’t an Apple – Fora.tv (blog)

Raspberry Pi : Hottest Tech Device That Isn't an Apple Fora.tv (blog) Raspberry Pi is a tiny (3 inches by 2 inches) and cheap ($35) computer. Students, educators and hobbyists worldwide are using it to learn the fundamentals of computing and to build all sorts of cool things, including high-atmosphere remote sensors.

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Raspberry Pi: Unravelling secret behind its success – Times of India

Times of India Raspberry Pi : Unravelling secret behind its success Times of India Raspberry Pi may sound like the name of a math-based dessert. But it is actually one of the hottest and cheapest little computers in the world right now. Almost 1 million of these $35 machines have shipped since last February, capturing the ..

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Google Gifts 15K Raspberry Pi Devices to UK Schools – EdSurge (blog)

Google Gifts 15K Raspberry Pi Devices to UK Schools EdSurge (blog) BERRY, BERRY NICE: Google Giving, the global and community outreach arm of the Mountain View-based tech bohemoth, has provided a grant to the Raspberry Pi Foundation for 15,000 Raspberry Pi Model B devices to be distributed among code-happy …

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A Tiny Computer Attracts a Million Tinkerers – New York Times

A Tiny Computer Attracts a Million Tinkerers New York Times Raspberry Pi may sound like the name of a math-based dessert. But it is actually one of the hottest and cheapest little computers in the world right now. Almost one million of these $35 machines have shipped since last February, capturing the ..

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Google Giving donates 15000 Raspberry Pi computers to children – TechSpot

TechSpot Google Giving donates 15000 Raspberry Pi computers to children TechSpot Google is helping to find the next generation of computer scientists by helping to donate 15,000 Raspberry Pi computers to various school-aged children across the U.K. Google's Eric Schmidt and Raspberry Pi co-founder Eben Upton visited a school in …

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Computer Science added to EBacc

If you’re at BETT this week, come over to Stand B240 to meet one of the Robs, Clive and a bunch of impaled Jelly Babies. The Department for Education (DfE) has just announced that Computer Science is to be added to the new English Baccalaureate or EBacc

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