The tiny, low-power $25 Raspberry Pi Model A computer is now available in the United States via authorized resellers, although the first one has sold out of units almost as soon as they became available.
If you've ever used a bicycle speedometer you know how much of a pain it is to take your eyes off the road to see your speed. The Raspberry Pi Dynamic Headlight, a small computer mounted to a bike, can help by detecting the bike's speed and projecting it on…
Mini PCs small enough to fit in your pocket can be purchased for as little as $35, but can they really be used like a desktop computer? We bought three popular pint-sized computers to find out.
Adafruit announced the wireless version of its Raspberry-pi-powered Internet of Things printer. Build this little printer yourself to print weather forecast reports, Sudoku puzzles, images, and even tweets on a roll of receipt paper.
Ready your bricks and stones, Minecraft is coming to the $35 Raspberry Pi platform with Minecraft: Pi Edition. This free version of the game will allow you to program it yourself.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation previewed a tiny camera to go with its tiny computer. It will take a month or so before it becomes available, but when it does hit the market, you can get it for $25.
The even more affordable version of the Raspberry Pi has stripped-down specs compared to the first model released, but it has a lot of potential applications.
In an effort to encourage students to create software, Google is giving thousands of Raspberry Pi mini computers to UK schools.
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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.