The Raspberry Pi is not a chunky computer. Nonetheless, tech treasure merchants Pimoroni observed that at almost 20mm tall, it’s still a little on the large side for some applications
TechRepublic Windows 10 face-off: Raspberry Pi thin client vs modern laptop TechRepublic During my time using NComputing's RX300, I found the $99 Raspberry Pi 3-based machine to offer an experience largely identical to that using my relatively recent Intel Core i7 laptop. To demonstrate how well the system runs relative to a Windows 10 PC, …
Geek You Can Use This Raspberry Pi-A-Like As A Small Projector – Geek … Geek If you've ever used a projector, you've probably marveled for a moment on how large it was, or what it could do. Remember the time Mad Men featured one and …
Gizmodo Australia Super Compact Raspberry Pi 3 'Slim' Is Just 7mm Thick Gizmodo Australia The Raspberry Pi is already a fairly tiny piece of hardware, but with some tinkering, it's possible to go even smaller. Modder NODE, who's hacked a few Pis in his time, has a new project doing the rounds — a fully-functional Raspberry Pi 3 that's a …
For the last few years , we have held a big Raspberry Pi community event in Cambridge around Raspberry Pi’s birthday , where people have come together for a huge party with talks, workshops, and more. We want more people to have the chance to join in with our birthday celebrations next year, so we’re going to be coordinating Raspberry Jams all over the world to take place over the Raspberry Jam Big Birthday Weekend, 3–4 March 2018
We’re very excited to announce that Scratch 2.0 is now available as an offline app for the Raspberry Pi! This new version of Scratch allows you to control the Pi’s GPIO (General Purpose Input and Output) pins, and offers a host of other exciting new features. Offline accessibility The most recent update to Raspbian includes the app, which makes Scratch 2.0 available offline on the Raspberry Pi. This is great news for clubs and classrooms, where children can now use Raspberry Pis instead of connected laptops or desktops to explore block-based programming and physical computing
When I heard we were merging with CoderDojo , I was delighted. CoderDojo is a wonderful organisation with a spectacular community, and it’s going to be great to join forces with the team and work towards our common goal: making a difference to the lives of young people by making technology accessible to them. You may remember that last year Philip and I went along to Coolest Projects , CoderDojo’s annual event at which their global community showcase their best makes.
This weekend saw my first anniversary at Raspberry Pi, and this blog marks my 100th post written for the company.
Continuing the coverage of our new Code Club videos on YouTube, here’s our second #CharityTuesday blog post. To offer a little more information on the themes of each video, we’ll be releasing #CharityTuesday blog posts for each of our new Code Club videos. This time, we are covering the amazing success of Code Clubs in Scotland
In today’s post, I’m going to share the tales of three Jams: how and why they got started.