Electronics Weekly (blog) PA's Raspberry Pi Competition 2018 tackles Sustainability Electronics Weekly (blog) The competition is now in its sixth year and showed its reach with more than 100 schools entering, all of them using the Raspberry Pi as the engine for their ideas. The imaginative entries – demoed on the day to the judges at the IET – included … and more »
ZDNet A Raspberry Pi Zero challenger with Wi-Fi: Just $5 will get you this tiny Onion Omega2 computer ZDNet The $5 Omega2 could be the engine of your next home automation gadget. Onion. If you need a cheap board to make gadgets with, the Linux-powered Omega2 could do the trick for just $5.
ElectronicsWeekly.com There'll always be Amiga – enter the Pi powered version ElectronicsWeekly.com It seems there'll always be Amiga, constantly re-invented in new form – here comes the Amiga Pi, employing the Raspberry Pi as the engine for some antique personal computing. Check out this Gadget Master's website » He shares some photos, and …
Geeky gadgets Raspberry Pi's First 'Adults Only' Game is OpenArena Game Politics The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released OpenArena, an “adults only” multiplayer first person shooter based on the Quake III engine. Available now for Raspberry Pi systems, the runs on a modified version of the engine that powers Quake III – id tech 3 … Raspberry Pi App Store Accepts First FPS Game: Open Arena Geeky gadgets all 3 news articles