ZDNet The Raspberry Pi Zero is a tiny $5 programmable computer with giant potential ZDNet The Raspberry Pi Zero: so much smaller than the bill it sells for. Image: Matt Richardson Raspberry Pi has unveiled its latest device: a tiny programmable computer that sells for a just $5 called the Raspberry Pi Zero
SlashGear Raspberry Pi 2 hands-on: first boot on 2nd-gen SlashGear Today we took the Raspberry Pi 2 out of the box and the static shielding bag to give it a first start-up and go. As you'd expect, loading software to an SD card is much the same as it was in the past – except here you're using a much smaller microSD ..
PCWorld Raspberry Pi Model A+ rolls out, smaller and cheaper than ever PCWorld As tipped in October, a new Raspberry Pi Model A board just landed—and it's cheaper and much smaller than its predecessor. On Monday, Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton introduced the Model A+. It knocks $5 off the price and drops close to an inch of
TechSpot Raspberry Pi Foundation introduces new miniature open source modular … TechSpot The Raspberry Pi Foundation is looking to increase exposure to its hardware with a new version of its platform aimed at embedded computing devices. The Foundation is introducing the new Raspberry Pi Compute Module with a much smaller form factor and