Raspberry Pi to serve up bite-sized modules for bulk-buying biz bods Register Do you think $30 is too much to pay for a computer? You're in luck, because Raspberry Pi is set to release super small circuit boards for a fraction of the price – although they'll need to be plugged into a custom motherboard.
Raspberry Pi Compute Module Targets Businesses And Industry TechWeekEurope UK An even smaller version of the Raspberry Pi is being made available to business and industrial users, with the SD card slot and connectors such a HDMI left off to provide a cheaper, smaller unit for embedded systems. The Linux-based Raspberry Pi …
ElectronicsWeekly.com Python powered percussion with the Raspberry Pi Glockenspiel! ElectronicsWeekly.com Thanks to RaspberryPi .org for highlighting this one, a Raspberry Pi -powered Glockenspiel machine! The software is written in Python, using the GPIO on the device. The Gadget Master in question is one Ivan Roulson. Liz Upton writes: Ivan took that sad
Raspberry Pi : Top 10 projects IT PRO Two years after its release, 2.3 million Raspberry Pis have been sold and the web is bursting with examples of practical applications.
bit-tech.net Raspberry Pi Compute Module announced bit-tech.net Taking the same 67.6mm x 30mm footprint as a laptop memory module, and borrowing the same connector for ease of manufacture, the new Raspberry Pi Compute Module features the same BCM2835 system-on-chip processor and 512MB of RAM as its
Jasper Adds Voice Control To Your Raspberry Pi Projects Lifehacker Australia To get Jasper set up initially as a standalone device, you'll just need a Raspberry Pi , a microphone and a few other parts you probably already have.
SlashGear Raspberry Pi Compute Module shrinks to memory stick size SlashGear The wraps have been taken off the new Raspberry Pi compute module, and with it comes a new slimmed down size. The new unit is slimmed down enough to fit into a DDR2 memory slot you'd find in laptops, and is aimed at business and industrial users.
Ars Technica Raspberry Pi's tiny Compute models target DIY hackers VentureBeat The makers of the microcomputer Raspberry Pi are about to shrink their product to be even more DIY-friendly in its upcoming iteration, dubbed the Raspberry Pi Compute. Slated for release this June, the Compute model offers an even more bare-bones
The new Raspberry Pi is here and it's not what anyone expected TweakTown Its been more than two years since the first Raspberry Pi was shipped, and today the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced a new way to get your Pi on. The new Raspberry Pi Compute Module is based on the SO-DIMM form factor that is popular with DDR2
Mad Raspberry Pi boffins ripped out its BRAINS and SHRANK them for your … Register The makers of the micro-sized Raspberry Pi teaching computer have come up with an even smaller version of the device, this time aimed at hardware hobbyists and device builders who want to create their own printed circuit boards (PCBs)