Wired Why everybody wants a slice of Raspberry Pi CNN (CNN) — In a world where computers are increasingly powerful and are concealed within ever more glossy slabs of aluminum, the Raspberry Pi (RPi) offers surprising proof for the virtue of moderation. Resembling little more than a credit card-sized … Tiny Terminal: Maker Builds a Working Raspberry Pi Laptop Wired Build Your Own Pocket-Sized Computer with a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Portable, The Pi-to-Go Handset Hot Hardware IDG News Service
Wired Tiny Terminal: Maker Builds a Working Raspberry Pi Laptop Wired The miniature, fully functional machine was designed in Austin by Nathan Morgan, the CEO of Parts People, using a Raspberry Pi for the processor. While the Raspberry Pi is a super accessible and inexpensive computing platform, it's rarely used in … Build Your Own Pocket-Sized Computer with a Raspberry Pi Lifehacker Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Portable, The Pi-to-Go Handset Hot Hardware Turn your Raspberry Pi into a tiny Linux laptop IDG News Service Mobile & Apps all 30 news articles
TechCrunch Raspberry Pi Gets Own App Store: One-Stop-Shop To Make It Even Easier For Kids To Get Coding — And Earn Pocket …
TechCrunch A DIY Raspberry Pi Hack Lets You Build The Smallest Gaming Cabinet In The World TechCrunch A hacker called [Sprite_tm] AKA Jeroen Domburg built his own teeny, tiny Raspberry Pi -based MAME cabinet using some laser-cut plexiglass, some custom controls, and a eeny, weenie 2.4-inch TFT display. The best part? The cabinet even has a small OLED …
We’re organising a Raspberry Jam conference to take place in a prestigious location in the centre of Manchester on Saturday 9th March 2013. More details and tickets are now available here
On Wednesday 12th September, Durham Johnstone school hosted the first Durham RaspberryJam event. Mark Thornber a teacher at the school has written a review of the evening here . They are planning to host the next one on Wednesday 14th November .
This is a lovely account by Liz Hannaford, describing how she went to a RaspberryJam, not exactly sure what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. Please read Liz’s blog post here.
Peter Onion, a volunteer at The National Museum of Computing hosted a Raspberry Jam at the museum on Sunday 19th August. Mark Wilson has written a blogpost here for you to read all about it.