Despite its apparent death 17 years ago, the Sega Dreamcast still has a hardcore group of developers behind it. We uncover their stories in this excerpt from Wireframe issue 7 , available now. In 1998, the release of the Dreamcast gave Sega an opportunity to turn around its fortunes in the home console market.
Who wouldn’t want a robot kitten? Exactly — we knew you’d understand! And so does the Petoi team, hence their new crowdfunding campaign for Petoi Nybble. Petoi Nybble Main campaign video
Network World Raspberry Pi roundup: Pi Day, Remembrances of Pis Past, competitor corner, STEM and SKULLS Network World Here comes the competition, part 77,098 – an IndieGoGo project called the LicheePi promises to be a $6 alternative to the Raspberry Pi , complete with 1GHz processor, LCD connector, 64MB of RAM and the usual sort of wide-angle expandability you'd … Best Raspberry Pi Projects: 10 sweet bakes to try today TrustedReviews all 2 news articles »
For Pimoroni’s second birthday, we finally outgrew the old spring-storage workshop in Neepsend. After hunting for a while, we found a new home near the train station in Sheffield. The new Pirate Ship is almost 8,000 sq ft of workshop and office that works pretty well for us, especially since it’s close to Street Food Chef and the Rutland Arms
Engadget Pack your Raspberry Pi into an underpowered laptop for $100 Engadget The Raspberry Pi has already found its way into a number of unusual applications from DIY cell phones to Gif-capturing cameras. Now, a recently launched IndieGoGo campaign aims to put it somewhere more familiar: your lap
I had mail yesterday from Andrew Gregory, a Linux journalist we’ve really enjoyed working with over the last few years. Andrew was already writing about Raspberry Pi before we had even started selling them, and it was good luck for us and for him that on the day we announced our launch, he already had a life-sized image of the Raspberry Pi squarely positioned on the front cover of Linux Format Magazine in shops across the UK. We like Andrew.
Gizmodo UK Blue Raspberry Pi Helps Celebrate Indie Computer's 1st Birthday Gizmodo UK The maker of the sensational Raspberry Pi has built a limited edition 1,000 unit run of blue-boarded versions of the tiny computer, to celebrate one year of disrupting the home computing scene. You can't buy the blue one, though. It's being saved for ..
It’s really been interesting watching the Pi Store fill up with content. Today we approved OpenArena for the Raspberry Pi – if you played Quake III, OpenArena will be shockingly familiar. It’s a multiplayer first person shooter (FPS) based on Quake III, using a fork of the same game engine, and it’s free and open-source.