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Notes from the Cambridge Raspberry Jam

On Saturday, the half of Cambridgeshire that wasn’t busy footling about in the sun descended on Cambridge Consultants’ offices, kindly lent to the Raspberry Jam folks for the afternoon, for a few hours’ Pi-wrangling. If you’d been there you’d have met a hearty slice of the Pi’s development team: JamesH (and his brother, which surprised and excited me because I’d always thought that James had hatched from an egg), Gert, James Adams, Eben and I were all hanging around and poking things

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It has no screen, no keyboard, but the $25 computer is hot – Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times It has no screen, no keyboard, but the $25 computer is hot Brisbane Times The Raspberry Pi is now powering robots in Japan and warehouse doors in Malawi, photographing astral bodies from the US and helping to dodge censorship in China. ''We're closing in on 1.5 million [sales] for something that we thought would sell a

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Raspberry Pi, the world’s cheapest computer, makes a mint – Times LIVE

Times LIVE Raspberry Pi , the world's cheapest computer, makes a mint Times LIVE The Raspberry Pi is now powering robots in Japan and warehouse doors in Malawi, photographing astral bodies from the United States and helping to dodge censorship in China. “We're closing in on one and and half million (sales) for something that we

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Raspberry Pi gets millions tinkering – MyBroadband

Raspberry Pi gets millions tinkering MyBroadband The Raspberry Pi is now powering robots in Japan and warehouse doors in Malawi, photographing astral bodies from the United States and helping to dodge censorship in China. “We're closing in on one and and half million (sales) for something that we

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Build Your Own Portable Raspberry Pi Emulation Machine – Lifehacker

Build Your Own Portable Raspberry Pi Emulation Machine Lifehacker The Raspberry Pi is a fantastic little low-powered device that can do all sorts of things, and we've certainly seen our share of video game related projects for it. This one, from Instructables user Zaqq, takes it above and beyond, and turns the Pi …

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