The New Teeny Tiny Raspberry Pi is the Same Size as a Stick of RAM

The ever customisable Raspberry Pi was a rather small piece of hardware to begin with, but the organisation behind the device have unveiled the latest member of the Raspberry Pi family, the Compute Module. It has the same processor and 4GB of storage that you'd find in a Raspberry Pi, but it's the same size as stick of DDR2 laptop memory. Read More >>

You Can Build This Elegant Rapberry Pi Tablet Yourself

Hey, a new tablet! Crisp 10-inch touchscreen? Check. Luxurious carbon fibre and wood case? Present. Huge 10,000mAh battery? Yep. Linux-based and built at home? Err... Read More >>

Computer Tinkerers Pigging Out on 2m Raspberry Pi Sales

The tiny, low-cost Raspberry Pi computer hits another big milestone today, with 2 million of the pint-sized machines having been sold since first going on sale in February 2012. Read More >>

Student Facilitates More Efficient Drinking Using Raspberry Pi, Leaving Nobody Surprised

When the beer manager at Oxford University's Wolfson college decided that patrons weren't getting their beers fast enough in the college bar, he programmed a Raspberry Pi to run things more smoothly. Typical student. Read More >>

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How to Get Even More Out of a Raspberry Pi

No doubt about it, the Raspberry Pi is nothing short of a homebrew phenomenon. Since its release in February 2012, the British micro-mini-computer has enabled legions of amateur inventors to develop projects both weird and wonderful. Here's a run-down of the most impressive applications, ranging from weather stations to retro arcades to a supercomputer array on a Lego rack. See if any of them inspire you to do the same. Read More >>

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Neverwet's Waterproof Magic Turns Circuit Boards into Submarines

We already know the great things that can happen with water repelling magic, but the folks over at Adafruit took it a step further and risked a little electrocution. But the result, submersible circuit boards, is definitely cool enough to be worth the trouble. Read More >>

A Dog Owner Rigged His Door So That It Unlocks With a Bark

For everyone in the world whose heart has not blackened and shriveled beyond repair, nothing boosts your mood quite like a new family addition in the form of a dog. That is, until you have to wake up at the crack of dawn to let that needy, opposable-thumbless mutt out. But new dog owner and Raspberry Pi enthusiast David Hunt has rigged himself up a highly creative solution: a door that automatically unlocks at your dog's bark—or as he's dubbed it, Pi-Rex. Read More >>

Raspberry Pi Made Simple With HDMI, Ethernet and Keyboard Starter Kit

Just under £40 gets Raspberry Pi users a super-simple media management solution, with the Element 14 bundle containing a wireless keyboard, HDMI connector and an Ethernet cable for easily whacking together your home media powerhouse. Read More >>

Raspberry Pi Camera Board on Sale Today

The Raspberry Pi team has finalised the hardware and software required to gets its official camera board up and running, with the 1080p capture tool now ready for home enthusiasts to enjoy plugging in and trying to get bloody working. Read More >>

Pimp the Pi With RasPiComm Piggyback Board

The RasPiComm is an easy way to add extra functionality to the Raspberry Pi, docking with the Pi's header unit to provide more ports and -- hooray! -- a backup battery so the thing can remember what time it is when powered down. Read More >>

Blue Raspberry Pi Helps Celebrate Indie Computer's 1st Birthday

The maker of the sensational Raspberry Pi has built a limited edition 1,000 unit run of blue-boarded versions of the tiny computer, to celebrate one year of disrupting the home computing scene. You can't buy the blue one, though. It's being saved for use as prizes and free donations to charitable causes. If know someone or a project that deserves a freebie Pi, tweet the maker using these rules. Read More >>

Genius With a Raspberry Pi? You Might Want to Enter This

The Raspberry Pi truly is a mini-marvel, and it's ignited hackers everywhere -- people can make almost anything with it, including sending the thing into space. In fact, it's gotten so mainstream that even the Design Museum is holding Pi-hacking competitions. Read More >>

You Can Now Play Minecraft on Your Raspberry Pi For Absolutely Free

Yes, the Pi-machine keeps on getting better and better. Not only is there a stable release of XBMC waiting for you, your Raspberry Pi can also now play Minecraft, and for absolutely nothing too. Read More >>

Here's the Official Raspberry Pi Camera Module

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has had a camera module in the works for since May last year, but it's finally getting closer to reality. It'll apparently cost about the same as the Pi board, so £20-odd, and will be capable of HD video. Probably 5MP then -- perfect for those self-built aerial spy drones to keep tabs on your neighbours. Read More >>

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Watch Siri Turn Into a Home Automation Master With the Help Of Raspberry Pi

With home automation being all the rage these days, it was only a matter of time before Siri got her little, occasionally judgmental claws into the action. All it took was YouTube user Elvis Impersonator, a Raspberry Pi, and enough trust in Siri's goodness to believe she won't devolve into a Hal 9000 wannabe. Read More >>

A LeapFrog GS Explorer Is Your "Give Me My iPhone Back and Take This Damn Thing, Timmy" Deal of the Day

Are you a gamer with a youngling in your life? One that you'd quite like to follow in your footsteps, but without him/her getting his/her hands on your/your gaming stuff? Read More >>


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