Why Raspberry Pi can be as vital to the UK as the Spectrum or BBC Micro TechRadar UK The Raspberry Pi is partially Braben's answer to this, although he believes that there are social changes needed; not least the need to persuade talented young programmers to eschew the big money jobs in the city and work in areas that interest them …
Raspberry Pi becomes Raspberry PC via Mini-ITX carrier LXer (press release) Raspberry Pi embedded development firm Geekroo has surpassed its Kickstarter funding goal for a Mini-ITX board and case that extends the RPi into a full-fledged computer (SBC). The Fairywren is equipped with a 24-pin ATX power supply connector,
Control Your Microwave with the Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Web developer Nathan Broadbent hacked his microwave into something awesome. The brains behind it? Yup, the inexpensive Raspberry Pi .
Build your first game using Scratch on the Raspberry Pi TechRadar UK You can use a wide range of programming languages with the Raspberry Pi , but here we're going to use Scratch. It's a great beginner's language, as it introduces many of the concepts of programming while at the same time being easy to use
Raspberry Pi man on British computer science shakeup: Microsoft is the good guy TechRadar UK Raspberry Pi 's campaign to breathe new life into computer science is well on track, but founder Eben Upton knows that a shake-up of the education system is the real key to a brighter future for Britain's tech industry. Harsh (but fair) words have been …
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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