11/18/2013, Miniature hobbyist computer Raspberry Pi has made quite a name for itself, its sales figures can certainly substantiate that. It is manufactured by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in the UK, though initially production took place in China, which has announced that it has sold over 2 million units around the globe. Raspberry Pi has achieved its second million milestone in just a touch under ten months, whereas it took it […]
11/11/2013, Ordering pizza can be a terrible ordeal, especially if you happen to hate to talk to anyone on the phone. Sure – you could use GrubHub or similar services, but sometimes, you just need the convenience of being able to push a button in order for a fresh pizza pie to be at your door in no time. And that’s exactly why PiePal was created.
10/18/2013, Assuming you happen to be a Raspberry Pi owner, here is some bit of news that you might be interested in. After all, we have already seen a fair amount of creative uses of the Raspberry Pi in various situations, and for those of you who have always had the mind to make use of the device’s camera board when it comes to low light or night time photography, then […]
09/23/2013, The Raspberry Pi, when it first hit the market, definitely made a case for itself as being an inexpensive piece of computing that hobbyists would definitely find it to be fun tinkering around with. After all, $35 will not net you much these days, but with the Raspberry Pi, you end up with a processor, memory, input and output, and a memory card slot, now how about that? Here we […]
09/12/2013, We have seen our fair share of projects that have involved the super small Raspberry Pi computer, and most of these are just pure genius in nature. There is always the line that we would like to cross from time to time, pushing the boundaries to explore new possibilities, and while it is theoretically possible to transform a Raspberry Pi into a web server, the real truth is, it ain’t […]
08/26/2013, What did you think of the movie “Ted”? I know that some parents actually thought that this was a movie that they could treat their little ones to, only to find out that the teddy bear is nothing like what they originally envisaged, being foul mouthed and all. Well, what you see above is a giant leap not only for mankind, but for teddy bears all over the world – […]
07/15/2013, Fancy controlling your microwave remotely using a Raspberry Pi-powered device? That is now possible with a hack.
07/02/2013, A Raspberry Pi owner used it to unlock a door simply by hearing his dog bark.
06/25/2013, The Rapiro Robot Kit lets you have a little assistant follow you around the home.
06/10/2013, Editor’s note: Ajit Jaokar is the co-founder of Feynlabs, an initiative to teach the concepts of programming languages to kids (as opposed to a specific programming language). Muriel Devillers: What is feynabs? Ajit Jaokar: Feynlabs is the first initiative to teach the concepts of programming languages to kids (as opposed to a specific programming language). By abstracting the common elements of programming languages, our aim is to enable learners to […]
06/10/2013, Ben Heck has created a handheld game console with the Raspberry Pi running at its core.
05/15/2013, The Raspberry Pi is definitely a hobbyist’s wet dream come true, as it offers decent computing power without breaking the bank. In fact, someone recently came up with the novel ideal of introducing a water-cooled solution for a Raspberry Pi set up, and here we are with another module from the Pi Foundation that is sure to whet your appetite for whatever future Raspberry Pi specifications upgrade that might come […]
05/02/2013, The Raspberry Pi is certainly one hot ticket item when it was first released, targeting hobbyists who want to build their very own computers without having to sell an arm and a leg. While this low-powered mini computer will run on a 700MHz ARM11 processor, one is able to obtain more performance out of it by overclocking it to 1GHz. Of course, if you want to go all out, then […]
04/01/2013, The $25 Raspberry Pi model is certainly selling like hot cakes, so much so that it sold out soon after debuting in the US. Yes sir, going on sale just yesterday, this $25 version of a tiny Linux computer is no longer available as all available stock has been snapped up by eager beavers. Of course, if you are hunting for the $25 Model A, you might want to settle […]