How To Turn A Raspberry Pi Into A Private Streaming Music Service Lifehacker Australia If you're sick of dealing with carrying around a massive library of music on your smartphone and you don't want to pay for a service like Google Music, the Raspberry Pi can work as a music server. With a little work, you can make all your MP3s …
Linux Video of the Week: 40-Node Raspberry Pi Supercomputer Linux.com (blog) Guill, a recent graduate of the masters in computer science and electrical engineering program at the University of Texas in Dallas, built the 40-node Raspberry Pi cluster for distributed software testing. In addition to a list of technical …
Raspberry Pi and Intel Edison will lead to a new home computing revolution V3.co.uk V3's Dan Robinson When the Raspberry Pi Foundation introduced its namesake low-cost computer a couple of years ago, the aim was to foster an interest in IT and the requisite developer skills among the younger generation, primarily by offering a device
How to Turn a Raspberry Pi Into a Private Streaming Music Service Lifehacker If you're sick of dealing with carrying around a massive library of music on your smartphone and you don't want to pay for a service like Google Music, the Raspberry Pi can work as a music server.
Geeky gadgets Raspberry Pi Mini PC Transformed Into Wireless Router Geeky gadgets Raspberry Pi user Jacob Salmela has this month published details on how to transform the awesome mini PC into a wireless router system that can be used in conjunction with your Internet provider and home network.
ElectronicsWeekly.com Raspberry Pi is changing and Eben Upton explains why ElectronicsWeekly.com Raspberry Pi is changing. The embedded comutinmg module will see one of its largest changes in format and design next month and Eben Upton, founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, discusses the reasons for the design changes in the new Raspberry Pi
Turn a Raspberry Pi Into a Wireless Router Lifehacker If you don't feel like going out and buying a new router and want something that just fits in your pocket, blogger Jacob Salmela shows off how to turn a Raspberry Pi into a full-blown router in just a few steps.