Always fancied a Raspberry Pi, but haven’t quite got around to it? Or want to upgrade to the latest model? The release of the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ is the perfect time to jump aboard, and here’s everything you need to know about it. What’s...Show More Summary
If you like to tinker with electronics and crafting your own products when it comes to technology, you probably already own a Raspberry Pi. But if you don’t, it might be a purchase […] The post This Cool Raspberry Pi Creation Sounds Useless, But Features Simple Programming appeared first on Geek.com.
Raspberry Pi Foundation unveils the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, its newest model in the Raspberry Pi 3 lineup.
Probably the cheapest desktop PC you can make.
We got our hands on one of the first Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ boards. Here's what it looks like and how it differs from the previous incarnation (there's one design change that could catch you out!).
It’s March 14, which means it’s Pi Day for math appreciators everywhere (I appreciate math, I just don’t understand it). To mark the occasion, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has a brand new version of its diminutive, affordable computer for DIY computing enthusiasts, the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. This latest iteration has the same […]
Your Raspberry Pi can do a whole host of things that will take you by surprise. That little computer can run as a desktop replacement, or even a retro game station, and that’s just the beginning. It’s also capable of doing much more....Show More Summary
Listen in as Opendoor's director, Zain Memon, takes the stage at Inman Connect New York's Hacker Connect to offer a look into the company's latest tech, Raspberry Pi -- a device that communicates with the company's servers to create a self-guided, independent showing experience for everyone who tours an Opendoor listing...
An engineer built a DIY device that recognises when his cat is outside and notifies him so he can let him in. To build the gadget, Arkaitz Garro used a Raspberry Pi mini-computer, mounted with a camera, running image-recognition andShow More Summary
You probably already know that you can use your Raspberry Pi as a media center. You can even install Kodi on it for managing media offline and online. But what if you’re happier to leave it running Raspbian as the main operating system?...Show More Summary
The Raspberry Pi is a great way to learn both DIY tech and programming on a budget. They are also great cheap computers for kids, with plenty of great learning resources included to help young minds grasp useful concepts for the future. Show More Summary
Canada looks to spark interest in computer science with the help of the BBC's micro:bit development board.
Jukeboxes have largely gone the way of the Dodo. But Chris Campbell, an intrepid, DIY engineer, has a fun little solution. When his children wanted to play music during dinner, they didn’t know […] The post A Jukebox For the 21st Century, Powered by Raspberry Pi and Lego appeared first on Geek.com.
A person at work chatted me, commenting on my recent blog posts on the Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Clusters that are being built, and wondered "why should I care about Kubernetes or Docker or any of that stuff?" Great question, and I'm figuring it out myself. Show More Summary
Handheld maker wermy shows off a nifty build he found on the sudomod forums. Moosepr’s TinyPi is a ridiculously small gaming system that’s can run all kinds of retro games, and is about as small as you can get using a Raspberry Pi Zero board. Part kits available here.
2017 was a great year for the Raspberry Pi. Now in its sixth year, the platform has been constantly improved and updated with software patches and even whole new operating systems to get the most out of these miniature marvels. DIY tinkerers and coders have also been busy, creating ever more impressive projects with the Pi. Show More Summary
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are a few great deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning: –KitchenAid Professional 6-Qt. Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer (Red, Black, or Silver) – $412.39 $229.99 –Save BIG on Select...Show More Summary
Retro gaming has never been more popular. With single board computers like the Raspberry Pi and software like RetroPie and RecalBox making revisiting old favorites affordable and easy, it’s safe to say that old school gaming is entering a renaissance period. Show More Summary
I know what you're thinking. It's just the cut-down, IoT version we've been able to play with for years now. Nope -- this is the Windows 10, built for the compact computer's ARM64 architecture. Sure, there's not a lot you can do with it on a Pi, and it's not exactly stable, but it does works. More »
You’ve got your Raspberry Pi all set up. It’s plugged into the monitor, the power cable is connected correctly, and you’ve already flashed Raspbian (or another operating system) to the microSD card. But something is wrong. Perhaps the Pi has stalled booting at the “rainbow screen”. Show More Summary