Raspberry Pi - RSS Feed

An ARM GNU/Linux box for $25. Take a byte!

Latest articles

Ten years of the Raspberry Pi blog

(Buckle yourselves in: this is a long one.) I had an email last month from UKScone, a Raspberry Pi user I met ten years ago at a Maker Faire in New York. “Just had a thought. It’ll be 10 years soon since you setup the blog/forums :) Going to do a blog piece about it?Damn, I feel old.” Remember when we first announced the manufacture...

Introducing the Raspberry Pi Computing Education Research Centre

I am delighted to announce the creation of the Raspberry Pi Computing Education Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. With computers and digital technologies increasingly shaping all of our lives, it’s more important than ever that every young person, whatever their background or circumstances, has meaningful opportunities to...

Raspberry Pi turns cryptocurrency into music

Forget Beanie Babies as McDonald’s Happy Meal toys, or U2’s new album magically appearing on everyone’s iTunes list: the collaboration of the century is here. Estefannie Explains it All answered a call from LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER (aka Sam) who was looking for a coding genius to bring his cryptocurrency-measuring musical machine to life. You can...

Mega six-screen cyberdeck

Holy cyberdecks! Redditor Holistech (aka Sören Gebbert) really leaned in to the “more is more” idiom when building this big orange cyberdeck using three Raspberry Pis. Why use just one screen to manipulate enemy cyberware and take down your cyberpunk foes, when you can have six? Rear view (keep reading for the big reveal) From four to...

PiStorm – Keeping the Amiga alive

In the last issue of Custom PC magazine, Gareth Halfacree checked out an Amiga fan’s open hardware build: ‘PiStorm’. Let’s see why he thought it stood out from the crowd… Officially, the Commodore Amiga died in 1996, 11 years after Commodore brought the innovative machines to market with the Amiga 1000. In reality, there are people out there...

Amazing science from the winners of Astro Pi Mission Space Lab 2020/21

The Raspberry Pi Foundation and ESA Education are excited to announce the winners and highly commended Mission Space Lab teams of the 2020/21 European Astro Pi Challenge! ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet floating aboard the International Space Station with the two Astro Pi computers In Mission Space Lab, teams of young people aged up to 19...

How pillars and triangles can focus your game design

In game design, freedom can lead to paralysis. But in the latest issue of Wireframe magazine, Stuart Maine explains how game pillars and the iron triangle will help you focus on what’s important. The flexibility of the medium of video games lets us experience concepts like the non-Euclidean geometry behind Superliminal’s ‘whatever you see is...

Learn the Internet of Things with “IoT for Beginners” and Raspberry Pi

Want to dabble in the Internet of Things but don’t know where to start? Well, our friends at Microsoft have developed something fun and free just for you. Here’s Senior Cloud Advocate Jim Bennett to tell you all about their brand new online curriculum for IoT beginners. IoT — the Internet of Things — is one of the biggest growth areas in technology,...

Celebrating the community: Avye

We’re excited to share another incredible story from the community — the second in our new series of inspirational short films that celebrate young tech creators across the world. Avye discovered robotics at her local CoderDojo and is on a mission to get more girls like her into tech. These stories showcase some of the wonderful things...

Charge your Tesla automatically with Raspberry Pi

It’s the worst feeling in the world: waking up and realising you forgot to put your electric car on charge overnight. What do you do now? Dig a bike out of the shed? Wait four hours until there’s enough juice in the battery to get you where you need to be? Neither option works if you’re running late. If only there were a way to automate the process,...

Discover, share and read the best on the web

Subscribe to RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters! Get unfiltered news feeds or filter them to your liking.

Get Inoreader
Inoreader - Subscribe to RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters!