Raspberry Pi

3D printed Apple Pi Mac: DIY creator speaks up

3D printed Apple Pi Mac: DIY creator speaks up

This week we’ve had a tiny chat with the creators of the tiniest Mac ever made. With the power of 3D printing and Raspberry Pi, Adafruit Industries have created a Mac desktop computer that works with a 2.8-inch display - it’s nearly pocketable! It’s relatively easy to make yourself, too!

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Raspberry Pi photography contest winners revealed

Raspberry Pi photography contest winners revealed

Adafruit held a Raspberry Pi photography contest in June and last month, and the winners have now been revealed. The selected images are largely stunning when you consider how they were taken and edited. We've got a gallery of some of the most notable shots for you after the jump.

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Sharks Cove board – Microsoft and Intel collaborate to take on Raspberry PI

Sharks Cove board – Microsoft and Intel collaborate to take on Raspberry PI

The popularity of Raspberry PI board has not gone un-noticed by big boys like Intel and Microsoft. The two companies are joining hand with a hardware manufacturer CircuitCo, the maker of BeagleBone Black and MinnowBoard; in creating a low-cost SoC development board called Sharks Cove.

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Raspberry Pi Model B+ has more slots, less power demand

Raspberry Pi Model B+ has more slots, less power demand

The Raspberry Pi Model B is getting another facelift and no, this isn't a Raspberry Pi 2, and all that is implied by that major name change. Instead, the B+, as the name would suggest, is a very incremental improvement over the existing Model B, giving makers and hackers more connectivity options but retaining the same core and keeping compatiblity with the existing software and peripherals.

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Using Raspberry Pi to make your own 3D-printed Game Boy

Using Raspberry Pi to make your own 3D-printed Game Boy

Old Gameboys are available aplenty on eBay, Craigslist, and maybe that old box in your mom's garage, but for some people, there's something special about a device crafted with one's own hands. If you fall into that category (and often wax poetic about your ol' Gameboy), Adafruit has introduced a project right up your alley.

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Raspberry Pi hits three million milestone

Raspberry Pi hits three million milestone

Raspberry Pi has sold its three millionth unit, a little over two years after the low-cost educational computer now beloved by developers went on sale. The $35 Raspberry Pi Model B astonished when it was first announced, a full computer - albeit a relatively low-power one - that could be used for quickly prototyping projects as well as exploring programing, but has gone on to ignite a market of low-cost hobby boards.

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PiPhone DIY smartphone uses Raspberry Pi

PiPhone DIY smartphone uses Raspberry Pi

PiPhone, the tongue-in-cheek name given by David Hunt to his newly built DIY smartphone, is based on the Raspberry Pi, of all things. With the homemade handset comes an Adafruit display and a bare-wire design that would send airports into lockdown.

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Raspberry Pi gets Commodore 64 makeover

Raspberry Pi gets Commodore 64 makeover

If you're feeling nostalgic for your long-retired Commodore 64 and you've a spare Raspberry Pi laying around, the Commodore Pi is right up your alley: an emulated Commodore 64 operating system for the small modern computing unit.

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Raspberry Pi Compute Module shrinks to memory stick size

Raspberry Pi Compute Module shrinks to memory stick size

The wraps have been taken off the new Raspberry Pi compute module, and with it comes a new slimmed down size. The new unit is slimmed down enough to fit into a DDR2 memory slot you'd find in laptops, and is aimed at business and industrial users.

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Raspberry Pi Wolfson audio card lets users capture audio

Raspberry Pi Wolfson audio card lets users capture audio

The Raspberry Pi developer board has turned out to be a very popular device for DIY users. The Pi can be used for just about any project that the user can think up. Element 14 has announced that it has a new accessory for the Raspberry Pi available in the form of a new Wolfson audio card.

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Raspberry Pi scores in Broadcom bid for openness

Raspberry Pi scores in Broadcom bid for openness

Raspberry Pi has claimed itself an early birthday present today (technically it was launched on the 29th, but there's no such day this year), praising a newly announced move by Broadcom after hearing the long-lamented plight of developers: it has released the full source for its VideoCore IV graphics, opening it up to bug fixes and more. In light of this, Raspberry Pi is offering hefty monetary bounty in a competition.

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Raspberry Pi custom tablet works and doesn’t scare the TSA

Raspberry Pi custom tablet works and doesn’t scare the TSA

One of the coolest little developer boards that has become the heart of many DIY projects is the Raspberry Pi. The little device offers modest computing power, but also has modest power needs and can be used for just about anything you can dream up. Recently a geek over at Make built his dream tablet using the Raspberry Pi and some other hardware.

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