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Book review: Raspberry Pi User Guide – ElectronicsWeekly.com

Book review: Raspberry Pi User Guide ElectronicsWeekly.com Another clearly-written and informative Raspberry Pi book – the other one I used recently is Raspberry Pi for Dummies. This one, which was published first, is co-written by the Raspberry Pi Foundation's very own Eben Upton.

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Rapiro – the cutest robot you’ll ever meet, now on Kickstarter

A new Kickstarter was launched this morning : check out the video first, and then I’ll tell you about what we’ve seen first-hand of the project. We met Shota Ishiwatari at the three-day Raspberry Jam in Tokyo in May. He’s an established inventor of very, very cool stuff – you may have read about his Nekomimi cat ears, which were featured all over the internet when they came out last year.

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Kit turns Raspberry Pi into low-cost home media center – EDN.com

Kit turns Raspberry Pi into low-cost home media center EDN.com Raspberry Pi owners can now quickly and easily turn their Pi into a low-cost media centre for their home or office, with a new XBMC bundle from element14. One of a strong pipeline of Raspberry Pi solutions to be launched this year, the XBMC bundle is

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Onion Pi transforms Raspberry Pi into anonymous Wi-Fi hotspot – TechSpot

TechSpot Onion Pi transforms Raspberry Pi into anonymous Wi-Fi hotspot TechSpot Although recent events have reminded us just how absurd the goal of absolute online privacy may be, Onion Pi promises to give users back a little peace of mind. The Onion Pi pack turns the diminutive Raspberry Pi into a portable wireless access point ..

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Not that sort of Java

Back when we moved into our offices, I tweeted about the fact that we were all feeling itchy, snappish and antsy (like some dwarves who didn’t make the Snow White cut), because we weren’t able to make proper coffee in the office. Things were so bad, we had resorted to instant.

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Raspberry Pi goes XBMC – TG Daily

Raspberry Pi goes XBMC TG Daily Element 14 has debuted a media center starter kit for the Raspberry Pi – making it easy for users to hook the uber-mini system up to an HDMI display. Dubbed the “XBMC Solution,” the kit includes Raspbmc software on a bootable SD card, a rechargeable RF

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Raspberry Jam, Lilongwe, Malawi

We’re seeing Raspberry Jams pop up all over the world these days: Eben and I spent three days at the Jam in Tokyo last month (pictures and presentations from that will be coming soon), and an afternoon at the Silicon Valley Jam the week before that. We see video from a lot of these events, but this video, sent to me by John Cass from Young Innovators in Lilongwe, Malawi, is my favourite so far. It was recorded by a Malawi TV station, and ended up on national network TV

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