USA TODAY Happy 3rd birthday Raspberry Pi ! BetaNews Raspberry Pi celebrates its third birthday today. Well actually it doesn't, as the super-affordable ARM GNU/Linux computer was launched on February 29 2012, in what was (obviously) a leap year, but it's close enough. In that time the Raspberry Pi has
USA TODAY Surf Report: Taking a bite out of Raspberry Pi USA TODAY That's all you'll have to cough up for the credit card-sized Raspberry Pi 2 (Model B), the latest from the U.K.'s Raspberry Pi Foundation, which began selling affordable single-board computers three years ago – primarily to promote computer science …
8 great ways to celebrate Raspberry Pi's 3rd birthday Network World Has it really been three years? The Raspberry Pi has been through several updates, new models and sold more than 5 million units since its launch in February 2012 – sounds like a good excuse for a party to us! Here are some suggestions for a fun Pi Day.
Mirror.co.uk Raspberry Pi 2 review: A hit with computer hobbyists of all ages Mirror.co.uk Originally devised as an educational device for getting schoolchildren coding, since launching two years ago the Raspberry Pi has taken on a life of its own to become a hit with computer hobbyists of all ages.
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Personal Assistant (video) Geeky Gadgets Anyone who has wanted to build a very own virtual helper might be interested in a project that has been published over on the Instructables website by user Janw that shows you how to make a Raspberry Pi personal assistant. The project to create the
Some of you may have sniffed this in the wind: there have been some changes at The MagPi, the community Raspberry Pi magazine. The MagPi has been run by volunteers, with no input from the Foundation, for the last three years. Ash Stone, Will Bell, Ian MacAlpine and Aaron Shaw, who formed the core editorial team, approached us a few months ago to ask if we could help with what had become a massive monthly task; especially given that half the team has recently changed jobs or moved overseas
Cambridge News RealVNC now available on Raspberry Pi Cambridge News “We were inspired by the Raspberry Pi community and how it's changed the way people interact with computers,” said Andy Harter, founder and CEO at RealVNC. “We're delighted that VNC is now available on another platform and excited about becoming
ElectronicsWeekly.com Raspberry Pi gets VNC remote access birthday present ElectronicsWeekly.com You can now connect your Raspberry Pi from any Windows, Mac or Linux computer using free downloadable software from RealVNC. The software known as VNC can be used with Raspberry Pi in two ways.