Raspberry Pi in the news
A selection of the latest coverage of Raspberry Pi in the media from the past few months.
10 brilliant things you can do with a Raspberry Pi
Launched in 2012, the Raspberry Pi is a tiny, cheap computer designed to encourage children and adults to explore computing and learn to code.
UPS PIco Raspberry Pi Uninterruptible Power Supply
Makers, developers and hobbyists that enjoy building projects using the awesome Raspberry Pi single board mini PC might be interested in a new advanced uninterruptible power supply which has been designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi.
Farnell's RIoTboard gets Raspberry Pi adaptor
An adaptor for the RIoTboard development platform from Farnell element14 is designed to significantly expand the board’s interface capability.
New Downloads For Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced new releases of its OS Raspbian and the installer software that helps users to get started, NOOBS.
PI-TOP Raspberry Pi 3D printed DIY laptop
Well, 3D printing looks like a way forward for the Pi-Top team, where they want customers to build their very own 3D print laptop, which opens the door on many design ideas. Marry this up with Raspberry Pi and you have computing that can run off in any direction.
Raspberry Pi Model B+ features 4 USB ports, lower power usage
A new Raspberry Pi Model B+, has been announced by the Raspberry Pi foundation, with a number of important changes in tow. It is said to offer improvements broadly in line with user requests and feedback on the original RasPi micro-computer
Vintage Internet Radio Made with Raspberry Pi: Poser
Made by Wouter van Wijk, Pi MusicBox turns the Raspberry Pi into a music streaming device. All you need is a way to pump out the audio
Raspberry Pi competition aims to trigger interest in programming and coding in London schools
London school students are being encouraged to take up coding and programming through a new scheme being run by Portcullis Computer Security.
HummingBoard Raspberry Pi Compatible Development Board Unveiled
A new Raspberry Pi compatible development board has been unveiled this week in the form of the new HummingBoard, which comes equipped with aFreescale i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 processor.
Meet the Banana Pi: A more powerful version of the Raspberry Pi
You're probably already familiar with the Raspberry Pi, that super-affordable (~$35), low-power computer-on-a-board that's many of us have been tinkering with for things like running media servers and setting up our own VPNs. The Banana Pi is a clone of the Raspberry Pi and provides twice as much memory and a faster processor--while being compatible with most Pi accessories.
The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing, and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python.