The moment has finally arrived: Eben Upton's Linux-powered dream of a super-cheap PC that could revolutionize the way we teach computer science begins shipping from today. RS Components and Allied Electronics have begun to mail the dinky devices out to the lucky pre-order customers who managed to get through before the overwhelming interest forced the servers offline. If you missed out originally, Model B is now available in the UK for £31.
ReadWriteBuilders is a series of interviews with developers, designers and other architects of the programmable future. I’ll never forget my first time seeing a Raspberry Pi. The tiny, credit-card sized computer is powerful enough t... Read Post
The Raspberry Pi is a tasty little Linux computing device but it's so far been rather hard to buy. I've wanted to order one since it officially started to ship in April. However, due to the limited quantities, retailers sold out nea... Read Post