Some recent coverage from the world's Press.
Raspberry Pi in the news
This $200 Raspberry Pi Box Could Have Saved Mt. Gox
The PiperWallet is a small black box that does little more than generate numbers and spit out paper. But if you invest in bitcoin...
HARMAN's new scalable infotainment platform. Or how to have your Raspberry Pi and eat it too!
Yesterday we took a look at the integration of the Raspberry Pi into a Honda Civic and wondered the possibilities.
Ugh! This DUNKABLE wearable tech is REPELLENT
To prove the point, on the stand was a Raspberry Pi immersed in a water tank running the company's video presentation on an adjacent monitor.
Raspberry Pi hits 2.5 million units shipped milestone
The Raspberry Pi micro computer reached its second birthday this weekend (it was actually launched on a leap day; Feb 29th 2012). Coinciding with the occasion we were updated by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the news that over 2.5 million Raspis have been sold.
First boot with the Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi can be used for a variety of do-it-yourself projects. Enthusiasts have built it into a media-streaming platform, a home automation hub, ...
Two Days of Leading Intelligence
The Raspberry Pi has gone from zero to two million sales in less than two years. It is a credit-card sized computer that costs just £30 – and it is not just interesting from an educational perspective,the supply chain is also turning heads.
Intel’s Edison: hopefully more than just a mug’s game
Intel is showing off a tiny, Internet of Things (IoT)-style computer at CES to stake its claim on the emerging Internet-of-Things market. By I.D. Scales. The gadget is called Edison and is described as a complete ‘Pentium-class’ computer shrunk to the size and shape of an SD card. As such it takes the concept pioneered by Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi several steps further ...
Raspberry Pi And Beaglebone LOGi FPGA Development Board ...
Valent F(x) has launched a new Kickstarter crowd funding capping this month for its new LOGi FPGA Development Board built for the Raspberry Pi...
Raspberry Pi Foundation hopes to give everyone a slice of Pi
The Raspberry Pi Foundation, the charity behind the £20 Raspberry Pi computer, hopes to give everyone its mini PC this Christmas
Raspberry Pi Foundation is giving away 2000 units to coding kids
TINY COMPUTER DESIGNER the Raspberry Pi Foundation is playing its part in Computer Science Week and will give away 2,000 of its computers in time for Christmas.
Raspberry Pi Sets Record With Two Million Sales
The developer team of Raspberry Pi has revealed that they have sold two million units of the credit card-sized low-cost computer globally, since its launch.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK-based charity that works to put the power of computing and digital making into the hands of people all over the world. We do this so that more people are able to harness the power of computing and digital technologies for work, to solve problems that matter to them, and to express themselves creatively.