Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi’s milestones and operating system

Raspberry Pi has just reached two milestones: turned one year old and reached one million sold. During the first year Raspberry Pi Foundation were able to match the hype it generated. When you buy a Raspberry Pi, the $35 computer doesn’t come with an operating system. Loading your operating system of choice (there are several

Raspberry Pi Hits 1GHz

Rasberry Pi has given a ‘Turbo Mode’ by The Raspberry Pi Foundation, thus enabling overclocking. Raspberry Pi Clocks 1GHz with Official ‘Turbo Mode’ Patch article tells that the new ‘turbo mode’ will bump up the processor’s frequency to as high as 1GHz as long as the temperature stays below 85°C. The patch would dynamically up

Raspberry Pi 2.0

Raspberry Pi 2.0 ready to ship article says that a new version of the Raspberry Pi has made its way into distribution channels. Revision 2.0 boards, as the new model is known, don’t feature any substantive changes. All the changes are detailed in Upcoming board revision blog posting. The new board version incorporates some changes

Cool uses for the Raspberry Pi

Hackers are buzzing with ideas from Pi-powered arcade machines and drones to the home automation and low-cost tablets. 10 coolest uses for the Raspberry Pi article tells that TechRepublic has delved into the Raspbery Pi’s developer forums, and here’s our round-up of the best ideas so far, ranging from the eminently achievable to the massively

Got my Raspberry Pi

I just got my Raspberry Pi computer board some time ago. When I cam back from vacation trip I finally had time to test the board. I downloaded the software from Raspberry Pi homepage. I started my testing with Raspbian “wheezy” OS version because that is the image Raspberry Pi creators recommend you use. It

Arduino and Raspberry Pi together

Raspberry Pi and Arduino seems to be the most interesting small single board platforms at the moment for the hobbyists. It is a bit sad to see some people who are very passionate about the Arduino community coming down quite hard on the Raspberry Pi project as the Big Bad, suggesting that we’re trying to

USB stick PC for $25

Game developer David Braben creates a USB stick PC for $25 article tells about an interesting project from Raspberry Pi Foundation. The idea is to a manufacture a very low cost PC that can be given to kids for free and courses built up around their use. Braben has developed a tiny USB stick PC