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When we released Raspberry Pi 2 in February this year, we announced that Microsoft’s Windows 10 IoT Core, a version of Windows 10 for small Internet-of-Things devices that may or may not have a screen, would be available for the device. Since the Windows Insider release of Windows 10 Core in August, we’ve found that... Continue reading
We often see really fantastic looking retro builds that are one-offs; so you can’t replicate them at home without a lot of artistic and mechanical skill. So we were really pleased when Oscar Vermeulen emailed us yesterday about the project he’s been working on. As well as having made something that’s both functional and utterly desirable, he’s had the... Continue reading
Update: And that’s it for our UK readers. It’s Maplin or nothing now. Folks in the US can still grab a Make Raspberry Pi Starter Kit from their local RadioShack. Update: And that’s it for pre-Christmas orders from the Swag Store. You can still order, and get your Swag delivered quickly, but it will be... Continue reading
Meltwater (of MagPi fame) has been working on some affordable teaching add-ons for the Pi. He’s demonstrating what you can do with one of his little kits with this natty tutorial where you’ll be creating your own Python library, and using it to do some low-level control of the GPIO. You’ll need one of his... Continue reading