iProgrammer Google AIY Cardboard And Raspberry Pi AI iProgrammer The kit was given away attached to the cover of MagPi, the magazine printed by the Raspberry Pi foundation, which should mean you can have the hardware, including the cardboard case, for just £6 or roughly $8.
We’re extremely excited to share with you the latest issue of The MagPi , the official Raspberry Pi magazine. It’s a very special issue bundled with an exclusive project kit from Google.
ZDNet Raspberry Pi challenger Asus Tinker Board hits US: Faster, more … ZDNet The Tinker Board is nearly twice the price of the $35 Raspberry Pi 3, but ASUS has focused on higher performance features. Image: CPC
Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Magazine Issue 56 Includes “Incredible Raspberry Pi Projects” Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts will be pleased to know it's that time of month when the Raspberry Pi Foundation releases the next edition of their fantastic monthly magazine The MagPi. In this week's edition issue 56 the team has collated a collection of …
ZDNet Raspberry Pi Zero W rival: New $10 Orange Pi 2G-IoT hooks into mobile networks ZDNet The Orange Pi 2G-IoT goes up against the recently released Raspberry Pi Zero W.
ZDNet Raspberry Pi Zero W rival: New $10 Orange Pi 2G-IoT hooks into … ZDNet Raspberry Pi challenger Orange Pi has packed a 2G antenna into its latest developer board, aiming to target Internet of Things applications.
Hi, Rob from The MagPi here! It’s the last Thursday of the month and that means there’s a new issue of the official Raspberry Pi magazine : yay! Grab your copy today! The MagPi Magazine 56 The MagPi 56 covers some incredible Raspberry Pi projects built by members of our community, from simple things you can make quickly, like an easy robot or LEGO Pi case, to more advanced projects to experiment with, like a set of Pinoculars. Our news section looks at some great new happenings in the world of Pi, such as the new Pimoroni kits for Zero W, the Cambridge theme for PIXEL, and our fifth birthday celebrations
Geek Aww: DIY Mini Raspberry Pi Game Boy is Adorable Geek Celebrate Pi Day on Tuesday by building your own Raspberry Pi -based Game Boy emulator. The nostalgia-infused project from Hackaday.io user Peter Barker (a.k.a
PC Magazine $30 NanoPi M1 Plus is Smaller Than a Raspberry Pi PC Magazine It's difficult to beat the value on offer with a Raspberry Pi . You get a very capable Linux PC in a credit card-sized package
Geeky Gadgets Latest Raspberry Pi Magazine Issue 55 Out Now (video) Geeky Gadgets This months official Raspberry Pi magazine has now been made available, and provides plenty more details on the new Raspberry Pi Zero W mini PC which was launched earlier this week and now provides a tiny PC equipped with both Bluetooth and …