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Raspberry Pi creator doesn’t expect a sequel in 2013 – Engadget

Raspberry Pi creator doesn't expect a sequel in 2013 Engadget If you were hoping for a full-fledged Raspberry Pi sequel this year, you'll have to keep waiting. Designer Eben Upton tells ZDNet that, while there should eventually be a replacement, he doesn't expect one in 2013. Both software tweaks and upgrades …

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Hardware Hacks: Raspberry Pi arcade, Radio-4-Matic, PirateBox – The H

Hardware Hacks: Raspberry Pi arcade, Radio-4-Matic, PirateBox The H Raspberry Pi micro arcade – An enterprising hacker has posted plans to build a tiny MAME-powered arcade cabinet with a Raspberry Pi and a 2.4″ LCD screen. The micro arcade even has a small OLED display that functions like the marquee on top of an …

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Focus-stacking with Raspberry Pi for macro photography

Dave Hunt is on a bit of a roll at the moment. Not content with having engineered the water droplet photography setup behind the prettiest post we’ve featured here, he’s also been working with the Pi and an home-made macro rail for sharper macro photographs without all that woolly depth of field.

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ZDNet interview

We’ve been looking forward to the publication of this interview. Nick Heath, a journalist we really enjoy talking to (largely because he’s not shy about asking awkward questions, which keeps us on our toes) spent a couple of hours with Eben at the factory last year

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‘We thought we’d sell 1000’: The inside story of the Raspberry Pi – ZDNet

ZDNet 'We thought we'd sell 1000': The inside story of the Raspberry Pi ZDNet Today more than 700,000 Raspberry Pi computers have been shipped to modders who are fitting them to robotic drones in the sky and underwater, to hobbyists designing home automation systems, and to wannabe coders looking to build their first programs. Raspberry Pi creator says sequel unlikely in 2013 BGR Raspberry Pi creator doesn't expect a sequel in 2013 Engadget Figures Suggest Raspberry Pi Sales Nearing One Million Tom’s Hardware Guide Concordiensis all 6 news articles

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Raspberry Pi-powered pinball prowess prevails in this DIY creation – TechHive

TechHive Raspberry Pi -powered pinball prowess prevails in this DIY creation TechHive At the machine's heart is a Raspberry Pi mini-PC, which controls all of the buttons, the flippers, and the little scoreboard that lights up when you hit a target. The Raspberry Pi seems like it works well for this sort of thing, but it can only connect …

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10 weird and wonderful Raspberry Pi hacks – PCWorld (blog)

10 weird and wonderful Raspberry Pi hacks PCWorld (blog) In the time since the credit card-size Raspberry Pi went on sale last February, hardware hackers have customized the PC to be everything from a game console to a mini Linux laptop to a supercomputer. Sales have also skyrocketed, with an estimated one …

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Raspberry Jam Tokyo 29.12.12

Alan O’Donohoe writes: Regularly you will hear me cry “Let’s spread this Jam”, so you can imagine I was over the moon this morning to hear from Masafumi Ohta that there is now a Raspberry Jam Tokyo group. They last met on 29th December and plan to meet every two months.

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London Raspberry Jam 3.01.13

Alan O’Donohoe @teknoteacher writes: Around 70 children, parents and teachers had a great time at the London Raspberry Jam organised by parent Paul Evans on Thursday 3rd January. In the few days before Christmas, Paul imagined that there would be many Raspberry Pi computers in Christmas stockings leaving the recipients of these gifts a little puzzled.

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