True story: when we were in Tokyo for the Big Tokyo Raspberry Jam back in May, surrounded by engineers from NEC dressed as techno-maids and men wearing CD-ROM drives as hats, we suggested an evening of private karaoke.
Mount A Raspberry Pi -Powered Google Calendar On Your Wall Lifehacker Australia Calendars are great to have in your house, but no matter how appealing the pictures, you often neglect to update them with actual events in your life.
Mount a Raspberry Pi -Powered Google Calendar On Your Wall LifeHacker India Instructables user Piney wanted a smarter wall calendar, so they built one with a Raspberry Pi and a LCD screen. To actually build the thing, you'll just need a Raspberry Pi , a cheap LCD screen, and some mounting tools
Mount a Raspberry Pi -Powered Google Calendar On Your Wall Lifehacker Calendars are great to have in your house, but the problem with most of them is that despite cute pictures of kittens or baby turtles, the calendars you can buy at those pop-up kiosks in the mall don't actually get updated with the events in your life …
The trusty alarm clock is a great tool for little kids who insist on getting out of bed very, very early and waking Mum and Dad many hours before it’s time to get up.
Top 5 coolest Raspberry Pi projects Computer Business Review The Raspberry Pi foundation has recently announced that a million of the small, cheap computers aimed at transforming computer education have now been manufactured in the UK. But the Pi isn't only a British success story, but an international one.
Geeky gadgets Macintosh Plus Gets Online Using Raspberry Pi After 27 Years (video) Geeky gadgets Jeff Keacher has just unveiled a new computer project he has been working on to get his 27 year old Macintosh Plus computer system online to surf the Internet for the very first time using a Raspberry Pi mini PC to help a little. The Macintosh Plus ..
IT PRO Raspberry Pi : 3 essential add-ons reviewed IT PRO Having sold two million units since its launch, the sub-£30 Rasberry Pi has proven its worth as a product and resulted in an explosion of creativity last seen during the 80s microcomputing boom. From books and educational materials to fully-fledged
This Raspberry Pi -Powered Arcade Stick Is Pre-Loaded With Games Kotaku Australia We've shown you a few ways to build an arcade with a Raspberry Pi , but this build shrinks everything down into a Neo-Geo-style arcade stick. It can be connected to an external monitor, it's packed with games, and it's way more portable than a coffee … and more
PCR-online.biz INTERVIEW: Eben Upton, CEO of the Raspberry Pi Foundation PCR-online.biz The Raspberry Pi Foundation aims to give nearly everyone in the world its £20 credit card-sized computer, from children learning to program to grandmothers looking for a geeky stocking filler this Christmas. PCR spoke to the charity's CEO Eben Upton …