Some recent articles:
https://secure.marketwatch.com/story/ce ... 2012-03-14
element14, the first collaborative community and electronics store for design engineers and electronics enthusiasts, powered by Premier Farnell [LSE:PFL], has today announced the three winners of its global "Raspberry Road Test" challenge. Peter Fenech, Gizmo B73 and Jodi Curtis are the proud owners of the amazing credit card sized computer, the Raspberry Pi that launches today on Pi Day. The challenge, launched last week, invited Raspberry Pi fans around the world for a chance to win one of the mostly hotly desired gadgets of the year by submitting their answers to the question - "What innovation will you create using the amazing Raspberry Pi computer"?
Raspberry Pi retailers clarify shipping costs on $35 Linux computer: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/news/201 ... mpaign=rss
Same at ZDNet: http://www.zdnet.co.uk/blogs/c.....-10025624/
Raspberry Pi creators 'punch-drunk' over device's success: http://www.macworld.co.uk/digitallifest ... llchandate
element14 (formerly Farnell), the first electronic component distributor that fuses commerce and community, will showcase the ground-breaking Raspberry Pi at Electronica China 2012 in Shanghai next week.
TECHNOLOGY: Suppliers revel in demand for Raspberry Pi: http://www.businessday.co.za/Articles/C ... ?id=167389
Cryptocat Aims for Easy-to-use Encrypted IM Chat: https://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/ ... _chat.html
A self-described "computer wizard with a strong sense of civil awareness," Kobeissi estimates he spends five times more time on his Cryptocat project than his political science and philosophy studies at Concordia University in Montreal.
In an era of Web-based political activism, Cryptocat is aimed at providing rock-solid messaging security as governments around the world ramp up their Internet monitoring to ferret out activists.