Raspberry Pi

Kano kids DIY computer aims to be as simple as LEGO

Kano kids DIY computer aims to be as simple as LEGO

Though we're going to go ahead and call it: Kano wont ever be as simple as LEGO, but they've certainly got a good head start toward making that a possibility. Kano is a computer building system that allows the user - a kid - to create a machine using a Raspberry Pi Model B, a set of wires, a keyboard, and a case to make the system their own.

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Coder turns Raspberry Pi into web development platform

Coder turns Raspberry Pi into web development platform

Google Creative Lab has announced the launch of a new project aimed specifically at the little Raspberry Pi developer board. The product is called Coder and let users easily transform the Raspberry Pi into a basic web server with a web-based development environment. The tool was created by Google's Jason Striegel, Jeff Baxter, and a small team in New York.

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Raspberry Pi gets Ben Heck’d into portable gaming unit

Raspberry Pi gets Ben Heck’d into portable gaming unit

In case you haven't heard, Ben Heck makes cool stuff, and he has his own show. His creations span a range of devices, with his works including everything from an Xbox 360 laptop to a custom toilet illuminator. As such, it isn't surprising that he's taken to the Raspberry Pi, turning it into a nifty little portable gaming console. What's better, we get to watch the process from start to finish.

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Raspberry Pi sells out at $25 a pop (in the USA)

Raspberry Pi sells out at $25 a pop (in the USA)

Less than a day after the least expensive iteration of the miniature stripped-down computer known as Raspberry Pi was formally introduced to the US market, it's been sold out. This machine is only being offered (or was only being offered, rather) in the USA by the retailer known as Allied Electronics, and they've let it be known that they've currently sold out of the unit - but there's a catch. According to TechCrunch, the retailer may have only had about 70 units to sell in the first place!

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Raspberry Pi Model A now available for $25

Raspberry Pi Model A now available for $25

The Raspberry Pi has been around for a long time now and has been used in some really cool projects by DIY enthusiasts around the world. When the device launched it sold for $35 for the original Model B. A cheaper version of the device called the Model A is now available to purchase in the US and is priced at $10 less than the original.

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RasPiComm extension board adds new features to the cheap Raspberry Pi

RasPiComm extension board adds new features to the cheap Raspberry Pi

If you're the sort of geek who likes to tinker with all sorts of electronics products and projects, you may be familiar with the Raspberry Pi developer board. This little mini-computer/developer board sells for $35 and has basic hardware allowing you to create a huge number of different projects. The board features a 700 MHz processor, integrated GPU, and can boot from a SD card.

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Raspberry Pi launches limited edition “Blue Pi” to celebrate one year

Raspberry Pi launches limited edition “Blue Pi” to celebrate one year

It's officially been just over a year since the Raspberry Pi first went on sale, and the tiny $35 computer has been flying off shelves ever since. The small credit card-sized machine immediately sold out after it first went on sale on Leap Day last year, and some yearning DIYers and hobbyists have yet to get their hands on the toy due to constant back orders. To celebrate such a successful year for the Raspberry Pi, the company has introduced a limited edition "Blue Pi" Raspberry Pi board.

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