Peter Onion, a volunteer at The National Museum of Computing hosted a Raspberry Jam at the museum on Sunday 19th August. Mark Wilson has written a blogpost here for you to read all about it.
Android 4.0 ported to Raspberry Pi OS News “Naren has been working on a port of Android 4.0 to Raspberry Pi, and as you can see from the screenshots and video below, he’s been making great progress.
We held the second London RaspberryJam at the Mozilla space on 25th July. It was interesting for all sorts of reasons. Luckily, I have managed to recruit a crew of bloggers, tweeters, photographers, video bloggers so that all I need to do is direct you to their pages and you can see what all the discussion was about
I was delighted a few months ago to receive a question from 15 year old, Robert Buchan-Terry in Machynlleth, West Wales.
We held a #RaspberryJam in Cambridge on 14th July at the University of Cambridge which was combined with a TeachMeet afterwards.
RISC OS for Raspberry Pi: aiming for a beta release in September OS News Good news for Raspberry Pi owners (ha!): the RISC OS port is progressing along nicely. So much so, in fact, that a Raspberry Pi-based RISC OS machine is in …
SNESDev-RPi: a SNES adapter for the Raspberry Pi | OSnews OS News “A few weeks ago I got my Pi delivered and started working on what I would describe as ‘universal console’.
My Raspberry Pi thinks it’s a mainframe OS News “As the Raspberry Pi started to ship the Sinclair ZX Spectrum turned 30 years old, and comparisons were being made between the two and their role in providing …
PC Pro Raspberry Pi 2 review – all the Pi you need PC Pro Update: We've added a bit more detail about the availability of operating system images on the Raspberry Pi website.
SlashGear Raspberry Pi pre-orders reach 350000 SlashGear Delivery on the first major batch of Raspberry Pi computers recently began and pre-orders have already reached 350,000 units. The $35 bite-sized computer is designed for educational institutions and hobbyists, and has generated a lot of interest since ..