Control Your Microwave With The Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Australia Web developer Nathan Broadbent hacked his microwave into something awesome. The brains behind it? Yes, the inexpensive Raspberry Pi
ExtremeTech $99 ARM-based Utilite gives the Raspberry Pi some competition ExtremeTech Cheap, “dedicated” computers are all the rage these days, in large part thanks to the $25 and $35 Raspberry Pi models.
How Raspberry Pi taught British tech to be world-class TechRadar UK In some places, people trade arms. In others, drugs are smuggled across borders
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ZDNet (blog) Meet Utilite, new Raspberry Pi rival ZDNet (blog) Cheap, low-end PCs — such as the Raspberry Pi and Parallella — have become quite popular with do-it-yourself fans. Now, CompuLab, an Israeli computer OEM, is throwing its hat into the ring with its $99 Utilite mini-PC, which might also serve … CompuLab adds the Utilite $99 quad-core tiny Ubuntu PC to its line-up Geek (blog) This ARM-Based Ubuntu Box Only Costs $100 Gizmodo Utilite mini PC starts at $99, scales up to quad-core ARM and 512GB SSD TechSpot all 13 news articles
Classic 'Star Trek' control panel gets modern facelift CNET (blog) Sure, they could have plugged in some lights and called it done, but they instead drafted Arduino, an open-source electronic prototyping platform, and Raspberry Pi , a credit card-sized computer, into the project. Because nobody is making off-the-shelf …
The LittleBox turns your Raspberry Pi into an all-in-one PC ITworld.com Currently in Kickstarter mode, the LittleBox is a buid-it-yourself kit that lets you transform your Raspberry Pi mini-PC into a full-fledged all-in-one desktop computer.
Classic 'Star Trek' control panel uses Arduino, Raspberry … CNET (blog) Sure, they could have plugged in some lights and called it done, but they instead drafted Arduino, an open-source electronic prototyping platform, and Raspberry Pi , a credit card-sized computer, into the project
Microwave Controlled By Raspberry Pi Hack Ubergizmo Well, household kitchen devices might not seem to be the ideal candidates for life with a remote control, but what about this – using Raspberry Pi to control them in a hack?
Every year, Eben raises sponsorship money and does the 75-mile London to Cambridge bike ride for Breakthrough Breast Cancer . This year, several of the folk working at Pi Towers and some of the volunteers who work on Raspberry Pi will be joining him on Sunday 28 July (Gordon, our keenest and most competitive cyclist will not be there, because he’ll be on holiday – this is probably a good thing, because cycling with Gordon can be very discouraging as he vanishes into the distance and leaves you crying your way up a hill).