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No More Woof

No, it isn’t April 1. I have to admit: we’re  very sceptical about the science behind this latest successful Raspberry Pi-powered Indiegogo, which is still at the concept stage; it’s an adorable idea, but backers should be aware that it’s not very likely to bear useable results

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Build A Solar-Powered Raspberry Pi – Lifehacker Australia

Build A Solar-Powered Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Australia Raspberry Pi can do a lot of neat things, and the server this Hacker News user built is just one of many. It runs entirely on solar power, and it comes with instructions on how you can too. The neat part is that this device is being run entirely on a …

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Where do they make balloons?

Today’s a big day for amateur high-altitude ballooning. Starting with a launch from Oxfordshire Berkshire around 1100 UTC, Friends of Pi Dave Akerman and Anthony Stirk will be dropping tracked paper planes SLEET and SNOW over the low countries and Pi-based payload CLOUDY over Poland, before continuing eastwards as WANNAB1. As always, CLOUDY will be transmitting slow-scan digital video (SSDV) footage for your viewing pleasure

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NOOBS v1.3.3 available

If you got a Raspberry Pi for Christmas, check out this post for some suggestions on how to get started. The eagle-eyed among you may have noticed that the NOOBS minor revision number on the downloads page crept up by one at the end of the day on Christmas Eve

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Merry Christmas! Got a new Pi? Read on!

If you’re here because you got a Raspberry Pi for Christmas, then Happy Christmas – and welcome to the Raspberry Pi family! If you’re just here for fun, then Happy Christmas too! The Raspberry Pi is a computer that you can use for all sort of brilliant and useful things, from learning to program, to making robots, to Tweeting when birds visit a nesting box, to taking pictures from the stratosphere. Here are some tips on getting setting up and using your Raspberry Pi.

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Raspberry Pi Gets An HTML5-Capable Web Browser – Hot Hardware

Hot Hardware Raspberry Pi Gets An HTML5-Capable Web Browser Hot Hardware That's changing, as the Raspberry Pi team, in collaboration with Collabora, have developed an “up-to-date”, HTML5-capable web browser. The idea is that it's a port of Web (the web browser formerly known as Epiphany), and it will offer multi-tab …

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December sales push Raspberry Pi towards 2.3 million units shipped – V3.co.uk

V3.co.uk December sales push Raspberry Pi towards 2.3 million units shipped V3.co.uk Hobbyist computer the Raspberry Pi is now close to a total of 2.3 million units sold. The Raspberry Pi Foundation did not expect to be in this position as soon as this, and the firm attributed the rise in sales to the Christmas season. “Phew.

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