Pi-Casso Design Challenge for digital artists Electronics Weekly Farnell element14 has launched the Pi-Casso Design Challenge to encourage the creation of digital artwork showcasing the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ which …
Raspberry Pi opens first High Street store in Cambridge BBC News Raspberry Pi just opened its first bricks-and-mortar shop Wired.co.uk Raspberry Pi opens first offline shop E&T Magazine Raspberry Pi’s Eben Upton opens up about the future of retail The Next Web Shop at the Raspberry Pi, in bricks-and-mortar form Electronics Weekly View full coverage on Google News
Mouser signs Pimoroni Electronics Weekly Mouser has signed a global distribution agreement with Pimoroni, designers and manufacturers of tech accessories for Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and micro:bit b.
Scratch programming – Now We Are 3.0 Electronics Weekly Anyone who’s got a Raspberry Pi and kids will know about the graphical, block-based Scratch programming language designed by MIT and aimed at young …
Add-on educational modules and kits for micro:bit Electronics Weekly Elecfreaks of Shenzhen is an authorised micro:bit distributor and a maker of add-on educational modules and kits for the tiny computer. The one in the pict.
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Visiting Makerspace at Guildford Library Electronics Weekly Makerspace at Guildford Library is a series of events, rather than a permanent facility, held in Surrey. The Makerspace has its own equipment, which is ins
Raspberry Pi and Arduino do battle in most popular posts of 2018 Electronics Weekly Before the new year gets fully underway, let’s just pause a while to consider the most popular posts on Gadget Master in 2018 (we’ll restrict it to stories written …
Most read Electronics Weekly stories written in 2018 Electronics Weekly What better time than the start of a new year to take a look at the most popular stories on the site in the previous 12 months?
Sinclair invention gene rides again Electronics Weekly The inventive Sinclair gene rides again as Sir Clive’s nephew, Grant Sinclair, launches a build-your-own pocket games machine. Grant’s product is called P.