Pocket-lint.com Two million Raspberry Pi PCs sold since February 2012 Pocket-lint.com “We never thought we'd be where we are today when we started this journey: it's down to you, our amazing community, and we're very, very lucky to have you,” Raspberry Pi wrote on its website.
Raspberry Pi sales pass two million Register The Raspberry Pi foundation has announced that it has sold two million of the tiny computers. The milestone is remarkable because two million is a nicely large number but more so because the Pi guys have noticed that sales are accelerating ahead of
PCR-online.biz Raspberry Pi Fuze PC heads to Maplin PCR-online.biz The Raspberry Pi edition of the Fuze consists of a self-contained workstation fully equipped with the Raspberry Pi Model B. Configured with a customised version of the BASIC programming language, it's exclusively adapted to support the Pi and its ..
Raspberry Pi -Powered Projector Tells You How Fast You're Riding Your Bike Design News Affordable, highly capable, and open-source computing hardware, such as the increasingly popular Raspberry Pi , continues to have its innovative influence on the maker world. Take, for instance, Matt Richardson, the Brooklyn-based maker, video producer,
Here’s a Friday night quickie (no, we’re not nipping off to the pub unfortunately—we’re getting ready for tomorrow’s Manchester Raspberry Jam ). Ordering pizza can be such a chore
Founder of Raspberry Pi applauds Xtravirt vPi as it reaches awards final CIOL Xtravirt Advantage vPi is built for the Raspberry Pi and gives all VMware vSphere administrators, whether operating large or small infrastructures, a complete VMware vSphere management toolbox solution. It acts as a highly lightweight and portable …
Raspberry Pi gets its own navigation wheel ElectronicsWeekly.com Priced at £21, the PiFace Control and Display module can be connected to the Raspberry Pi and uses its own on-board buttons and a navigation wheel to control applications and functions, with information shown on a built-in LCD display. By separating …
techPresident Raspberry Pi Tackles the Great Firewall and Peruvian Amazon techPresident When Eben Upton created the Raspberry Pi , a single-board computer the size of a credit card, he had no inkling its reach would extend beyond England's borders and do more than inspire UK's youth to program.
The Raspberry Pi is being used increasingly in professional products and industrial applications, and this one from Artica and partners is one of most impressive yet. I can’t better their own description of FM Stream as “ a beautiful, low cost, carrier grade rack of FM tuners, IP/Internet encoders and broadcasters, using nothing but RaspberryPis, Arduinos, clever electronics, neat mechanics, a shiny aluminium case and lots of passion.” FM Stream — shiny AND useful As well as being clever and beautiful, FM Stream does something extraordinarily useful – it takes radio signals from local radio stations and broadcasts them over the internet