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Fallout Fan Creates Real-Life Fallout Pip-Boy Wearable

07/01/2015, Last month Bethesda announced during E3 that they would be selling a special edition of Fallout 4 which would come with a Pip-Boy wearable. However this wearable is more of a holster for your smartphone as opposed to what the actual Pip-Boy might be like...

Raspberry Pi Maker Is Biggest UK Computer Maker, Ever

02/17/2015, The verdict is out, the Raspberry Pi Foundation might just be the biggest computer manufacturer ever in the UK. With 5 million units sold in a mere 3 years of its founding, hard not to see that the price tag of $25-$35 for the mini ARM GNU/Linux computers...

Raspberry Pi 2 Revealed

02/02/2015, DIY enthusiasts who would love nothing better than to tinker around with a brand new mini computer on your own, here is some news that you might find to be a wonderful start to a brand new week – I am referring to the recently announced Raspberry Pi...

Microsoft To Release Windows 10 For Raspberry Pi 2

02/02/2015, Very recently, the new Raspberry Pi 2 company was announced, and while the first version was a hit amongst DIY-ers, modders, and educators, we reckon the second one should be of even greater interest, and why is this? Because Microsoft has recently...

Apple Extended Keyboard Runs With A Raspberry Pi B+ Heart

12/15/2014, The Raspberry Pi has seen its fair share of hacks in the past, including that of a baby monitor, but here we are with yet another one that ought to bridge the gap between the old and the new. How about making use of one of the more notable keyboards of...

Raspberry Pi Introduces Cheaper And Smaller Model A+

11/10/2014, When the Raspberry Pi foundation announced the Model B+ back in July it did confirm that work was going on a low-cost model that will be comparable in certain respects to the original Model A. Today the Foundation has finally made the announcement. It is...

Pi-Top 3D Printed Raspberry-Powered Laptop

11/06/2014, When it comes to the world of 3D printing, there has been a fair number of advances made over the past couple of years, so much so that even a steel-coated bullet will work just fine with a 3D printed gun as we discovered earlier this week. This just goes...

Pi-Top A 3D Printable Raspberry Pi Laptop

09/24/2014, When it comes to the relatively successful Raspberry Pi, this small and inexpensive computer is tiny enough to slide into any pocket, but it is far from being mobile enough for everyday portability. After all, this $35 computer does not come with its...

Raspberry Pi Gets A Hardware Revision

07/14/2014, If you’re a fan of the barebones Raspberry Pi computer then the latest announcement from its creators is going to be of interest to you. They have unveiled the “final evolution of the original Raspberry Pi” today. Bear in mind that it...

Dicebot Will Remotely Roll A Pair of Dice For You

06/19/2014, There are apps on your smartphone that allows you to generate numbers randomly. This can be used when trying to make a decision, or in roleplaying games, or if you just want to gamble. However if you’d prefer the novelty of a robot rolling a pair of...

The Kano Kit Will Teach Children How To Build Their Own Computers

06/16/2014, Putting together your own computer might seem like a daunting task, especially when you have so many parts to choose from, and when you’re not sure what each part does and what do all those numbers mean. We suppose had we been taught at a young age how...

Banana Pi Is A $57 Raspberry Pi Clone

04/21/2014, I am quite sure that many of us have heard about Raspberry Pi, the tiny single board computer module that has made it possible to come up with some zany computing solutions. Since imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, here we are with the Banana...

Raspberry Pi Compute Module Introduced

04/08/2014, Much has been talked about concerning the highly affordable Raspberry Pi, and here we are with the Raspberry Pi Compute Module being introduced to the masses. The main role of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module is to target hobbyists who want to incorporate...

See Quake III Played On A Raspberry Pi

03/31/2014, I remember when Quake III was first released, and back then 17” monitors were the norm, and playing it on a 19” monitor blew my mind away with the Riva TNT2 GPU, as I zipped through The Longest Yard at high resolution without missing a beat. It is...