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Konekt’s Dash toolkit for building cellular connected devices plays nice with Raspberry Pi

Creating Internet of Things (IoT) devices with cellular connectivity built-in is still tricky. We saw one solution – the Spark Electron – last month. Now Chicago-based Konekt, another maker of IoT toolkits has revealed its own take – the Konekt Dash. Show More Summary

Hackaday Retro Edition: Remaking the PDP 8/I With A Raspberry Pi

[Oscar] really likes the PDP-8s, with the extremely old school PDP-8/I being his favorite. If you haven’t checked the price on these recently, getting a real PDP-8/I is nigh impossible. However, after assembling a KIM-1 clone kit, an...Show More Summary

Adblock Everywhere: The Raspberry Pi-Hole Way

Turn a cheap Raspberry Pi into a network-wide ad blocker. If you’re tired of AdBlock Plus slowing your browser down, this DNS-based option is a great alternative that works on any device. Unlike other solutions, this filters the webShow More Summary

Turn a Raspberry Pi 2 Into a Cheap, DIY SteamBox for In-Home Streaming

The new Raspberry Pi 2 has a lot of potential, but when combined with Steam's In-Home Streaming, it becomes a super-affordable Steam Box capable of streaming your games from your PC to the big screen easily. On their new show, Possibly Unsafe, Patrick Norton and Michael Hand show you how to set yours up from start to finish. Read more...

Raspberry Pi Inside Mechanical Keyboard: RaspCherry

Redditor Lauri Hakkarainen aka b10nik wanted to have an excuse to buy a mechanical keyboard, so he thought of turning it into a computer by installing a Raspberry Pi 2 inside. Even though his Project Kiiboard…

RaspPi/Keyboard Project called Kiiboard, Still Pronounced ‘keyboard’

[b10nik] wrote in to tell us about a pretty sweet project that he just finished up. It’s a mechanical keyboard with an integrated Raspberry Pi 2 Model B inside. [b10nik] purchased a new Filco Ninja Majestouch-2 keyboard just for this project. Show More Summary

NetPi Turns Your Raspberry Pi Into a Network Analyzer Tool

If you need to do a lot of network testing, the Raspberry Pi's a great, cheap way to do it. NetPi is a custom operating system that includes all the tools you'll need. Read more...

Microsoft Hints at Windows 10 IoT SKUs

This week at Microsoft's WinHEC 2015 conference in Shenzen, Microsoft announced new details in support of the developing IoT market. Microsoft previously announced support for the Raspberry Pi 2 with a customized version of Windows 10,...Show More Summary

Adventure Time's BMO made from Raspberry Pi

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

From MAKE: this cute BMO replica with a Raspberry Pi brain. Read the rest

What the Raspberry Pi 2's Overclock Settings Mean

The Raspberry Pi 2 is a lot faster than its predecessors, but you still might want to overclock it for the best possible performance. Blogger Hayden James breaks down what each overclock setting does and shares some configurations for better performance. Read more...

Hackable media box based on the Raspberry Pi: Five Ninjas Slice

Come and fiddle with our Linux-powered toy Review  My original idea was to review the Raspberry Pi Compute Module. But the thing about the Compute Module is that it’s not an end-user product: it was designed for manufacturers looking for an ARM-based platform on which they can build devices they can sell.…

Seven Ready-Made Raspberry Pi Projects You Can Install in a Few Clicks

The Raspberry Pi is a DIYers dream, but if you don't feel like fiddling with the command line and setting up a project from scratch, here are seven projects you can get up and running with just a few clicks. Read more...

66 Raspberry Pi Boards Make the World’s Biggest Cluster

last weekHobbies / Crafts : Makezine

When you think about the Raspberry Pi board you probably don't think about GCHQ, but you might well think about computing clusters. In this instance, clusters of Pi. Read more on MAKE The post 66 Raspberry Pi Boards Make the World’s Biggest Cluster appeared first on Make:.

Have A Happy Pi Day with this Baker’s Dozen of Raspberry Pi Projects

last weekHobbies / Crafts : Makezine

This simple hack turns your Raspberry Pi into a powerful FM transmitter! It has enough range to cover your home, DIY drive-in movie, a high school ball game, or even a bike parade (depending on the stragglers)." style="float:left; margin:0 15px 15px 0;" />The Raspberry Pi is a great platform to rapidly build fun electronics projects. Show More Summary

Pi Overdose? Here’s 5 Raspberry Pi Alternatives

It’s time for a change. You need a new challenge. Scattered around your house (or just your hobby space) are several Raspberry Pi computers, all performing different tasks. You might have a home security system powered by your Pi, or a media centre. Show More Summary

How To Track Satellites In Space With a $35 Computer

Using a Raspberry Pi, Satelliten draws the paths of satellites in lower orbit onto old paper maps, creating visualizations of outer space happenings. Since the launch of the Sputnik 1 in 1957, more than 6,600 satellites have gone into orbit, used for everything from navigation systems to environmental monitoring to military purposes. Show More Summary

The MESH DIY platform is made to help you build your own inventions

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

You only need look as far as the Raspberry Pi to know that a huge number of people are passionate about DIY electronics, and a new kit called MESH (Make, Experience, Share) is intended to make coming up with your own clever projects easier than ever. Show More Summary

Convert a Rotary Phone to VOIP using Raspberry Pi

There’s something so nostalgic about the rotary phone that makes it a fun thing to hack and modernize. [Voidon] put his skills to the test and converted one to VoIP using a Raspberry Pi. He used the RasPi’s GPIO pins to read pulses from the rotary dial – a functional dial is always a welcome feature in rotary phone hacks. Show More Summary

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