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HackSpace¬†magazine is the new monthly magazine for people who love to make things and those who want to learn. Grab some duct tape, fire up a microcontroller, ready a 3D printer and hack the world around you! This is HackSpace magazine! HackSpace is the new monthly magazine for the modern maker. Learn more at http://hsmag.cc. … Continue reading →
Tuesday saw the launch of our brand-new $10 Raspberry Pi Zero W, the next step in the evolution of our tiniest computer, now equipped with wireless LAN and Bluetooth. Steve Anderson ūüá™ūüáļ on Twitter looks around house* “I’ve got too many SBCs. Really must get rid of some…” *new @Raspberry_Pi Zero W released* “SHUT UP … Continue reading →
Today, the Raspberry Pi Foundation is launching a new, free¬†resource for educators. Hello World – a new magazine for educators Hello World is a magazine about computing and digital making written by educators, for educators. With three issues each year, it contains 100 pages filled with news, features, teaching resources, reviews, research and much more. … Continue reading →
From rocket launchers to high altitude ballooning to Sonic Pi space music to Astro Pi, much of the Raspberry Pi community is excited by the idea of exploring beyond our Blue Marble. We think you’ll enjoy this video from a Pi camera belonging to Portland State Aerospace Society, who launched a rocket from the Oregon … Continue reading →
Well, that was an incredible week. For those of you just joining us,¬†we have entered into licensed manufacture partnerships with two British companies,¬†Premier Farnell¬†and¬†RS Components. They‚Äôll be manufacturing and distributing the devices on our behalf, and handling the distribution of our first batches as they arrive in the country. We continue to make a small … Continue reading →
The Raspberry Pi Foundation will be making a big (and very positive) announcement that¬†just might interest you¬†at 0600h GMT on Wednesday 29 February 2012. Come to www.raspberrypi.org to find out what’s going on. … Continue reading →