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Raspberry Pi's new app store could help encourage programmers, young and old, to keep learning and experimenting.
Got your Raspberry Pi and still don't know how to play with these little computers? The official user manual is coming to the rescue -- soon.
Forget about your Raspberry Pi disappointment, both the budget-computer's distributors have confirmed the first batch and will begin shipping the Raspberry Pi out to customers next week.
Raspberry Pi mini-computers are experiencing a production error as the manufacturer placed the wrong parts onto the circuit boards, rendering them Internet-less.
The Raspberry Pi finally went on sale last week, with interest in the tiny computer so huge that the two websites selling the device crashed. In fact, orders were coming in at the rate of 700 per second.
The interest has been so great in Wednesday's launch of the tiny Raspberry Pi computer that the two websites selling it have both crashed.
FXI Technologies' Cotton Candy PC-on-a-USB-stick has been put up for pre-order, with shipping expected sometime in March. It's priced at $199 and has a choice of two operating systems.
The first batch of Raspberry Pi computer units is near completion and will be available for purchase by the end of this February for just $35.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that the first wave of its innovative computer boards, designed to encourage high school students to learn programming, has entered production.
Braben's $25 Raspberry Pi mini-computer project for schoolchildren gets a January release date; with two different models to choose from.
Programmer David Braben wants to develop and distribute low cost $25 PCs to schools for kids to mess around with. He wants to inspire them to pursue programming.