element14 community announces winners of Pi Chef Design Challenge Embedded Computing Design Raspberry Pi , in collaboration with element14.com, the world's largest electronic design community, today announced the winners of its “Pi Chef” Design Challenge. As one of five challenges that the element14 community runs each year, and the largest ..
Geeky Gadgets TinyPi Worlds Smallest Raspberry Pi Games Console Geeky Gadgets Those of you that enjoy retro gaming on the Raspberry Pi might be interested in a new games console called TinyPi which is soon to be launched by the Crowd Supply funding website. As the name suggests TinyPi is being marketed as the world's smallest …
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Tom’s Guide 15 Great Uses for a Raspberry Pi Tom’s Guide At $35 (or less, depending on which model you buy), the Raspberry Pi is one of the world's least expensive and most versatile computers. But with just 512MB to 1GB of RAM and an SD card for storage, the Pi isn't a great choice for a primary PC. Instead ..
Wired.co.uk MIT's tiny rubber robo-fish is here to help save the world's coral reefs Wired.co.uk The motor pumps water into chambers in the robotic fish's tail, which then force it out to move forward.
Digital-TV transmitter based on Raspberry Pi Zero and LimeSDR Mini Elektor (blog) One LimeSDR Mini from Lime Micro and one Raspberry Pi Zero have been used to create an open-source pocket-sized DVB (digital video broadcasting) transmitter, which is believed to be is the world's smallest. Developed by Evariste Okcestbon, the open …
eeNews Europe Raspberry Pi and LimeSDR open-source DVB project | eeNews … eeNews Europe The Raspberry Pi Zero and LimeSDR Mini have been used together to create what is claimed to be the world's smallest open-sourced DVB transmitter
Is this the world's smallest digital TV transmitter? Raspberry Pi Zero and LimeSDR Mini combine to create pocket ..
TechCrunch PiTunnel connects your Raspberry Pi to the world TechCrunch Raspberry Pis are usually very lonely.
TechCrunch PiTunnel connects your Raspberry Pi to the world | TechCrunch TechCrunch Raspberry Pis are usually very lonely. These tiny, single-board computers sit quietly under desks or inside 3D printed cases, staring wistfully into the far distance while waiting for a little attention.