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Raspberry Pi Makes For A Decent Baby Monitor

12/06/2012, Parents, especially new ones, are always more than ready to rush to the aid of their younglings (yes, I watch too much Star Wars) the moment they start to kick up a fuss, and this is where baby monitors come in handy so that you can have a grip on the...

Raspberry Pi Model A Samples Released

11/30/2012, The mini computer known as the Raspberry Pi has certainly been a boon to hobbyists, as they start to come up with different kinds of devices which require the heart of a computer, and yet will not break the bank for folks who indulge in a little bit of...

Raspberry Pi Powers Small Arcade Cabinet

11/26/2012, There is just something about the wonders of miniaturization, and what happens when a geek decides to work on an extremely small arcade cabinet? The kind of computing power that he needs to fall back upon would be rather limited, but this is where the...

Raspberry Pi Does Minecraft, To Feature Camera Board

11/26/2012, The all-seeing Eye (of Sauron, who else?) could eventually end up as the all-seeing Pi – the Raspberry Pi, of course. This is made possible thanks to an upcoming camera board which will work in tandem with the unused CSI pins on the $35 Raspberry...

Raspberry Pi works as an Audiobook

11/04/2012, It is just a matter of creativity when it comes to implementing the various uses of the Raspberry Pi mini computer which costs you a mere $35 upfront. Michael Clemens stumbled upon the idea of using a Raspberry Pi as the main brain of a device which will...

LapPi project sees Raspberry Pi as a laptop

11/02/2012, The Raspberry Pi is one hot piece of commodity when it was first introduced and shipped earlier this year, allowing hobbyists to take advantage of its relatively low, low price to come up with projects of their own. We are willing to venture out and say...

Raspberry Pi Model B ships with 512MB RAM

10/15/2012, To say that the original Raspberry Pi was a runaway success would be accurate and true, some might even throw in the adjective “runaway” to boot (although it did suffer some birth pangs). Well, it seems that there is the Raspberry Pi Model B made...

Raspberry Pi gets a 1GHz turbo mode upgrade

09/20/2012, Raspberry Pi, the tiny computer that has struck a chord with the programmers and tech geeks around the world, is getting a very significant upgrade from Raspberry Pi Foundation. The new upgrade is being touted as the ‘turbo mode’ upgrade and...

The Dark Pi Rises in the form of a drone

08/22/2012, I am quite sure by now that you have watched The Dark Knight Rises, and the film should have left quite the impression on you. Hopefully, a good one at that, just like how the highly sought out Raspberry Pi mini computer has been transformed into what you...

Chromium browser for Raspberry Pi beta released

07/19/2012, The Raspberry Pi is one tiny computer that has since taken the developer world by storm ever since it was introduced to the masses earlier this year, and for good reason, too. Enthusiasts need not fork out too much money, and with enough creativity and...

Raspberry Pi is at the heart of this BBC Micro-inspired keyboard

07/09/2012, Modder extraordinary Ben Heck has come up with a new project which might just interest the many people who have picked up the Raspberry Pi DIY computer. Basically, modders and next-generation engineers are able to make use of the surprisingly affordable...

Raspberry Pi turned into a classic gaming console

07/05/2012, The Raspberry Pi is certainly one of the more interesting DIY computer components that we have come across so far, simply because you will need to purchase a chassis, monitor and other essential peripherals separately, never mind that the “brain” of...

FishPi relies on Raspberry Pi to help it cross the Atlantic

06/27/2012, Can something as small as the FishPi actually manage to achieve its objective – which is to cross the Atlantic? Only time will tell, and you certainly cannot fault the FishPi for the lack of trying. The highly sought after Raspberry Pi will be at...