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The Raspberry Pi 3 may be getting Android support

When you closely observe the smartphone industry, you can easily draw parallels between Android and Windows. Sure, in most ways they couldn’t be more different, but they play similar roles in the market. They are operating systems that run on a variety of devices, and are not locked to any particular set of hardware. That makes them incredibly flexible, versatile, and of course, popular. Continue reading The Raspberry Pi 3 may be getting Android support

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Another day, another hobbyist board: The Pine A64, a $15 hobbyist computer is here

 

When the Raspberry Pi launched back in 2012, it was meant to be a cheap computer in order to bring the wonders of computing to the poor. However, its processing power and low price caused it to become popular among hobbyists, who appreciated its size, efficiency and cost. Continue reading Another day, another hobbyist board: The Pine A64, a $15 hobbyist computer is here

The Raspberry Pi Zero: A full fledged $5 computer

Four fathers!?!??

The first few computers cost thousands of dollars, and were out of the reach of many, and even after the first personal computers were introduced, they were still prohibitively expensive.  But over time, any new technology gets commoditized, and the cost of production comes down, leading it to become accessible to more people. Continue reading The Raspberry Pi Zero: A full fledged $5 computer

Raspberry Pi now allows anyone to customize and mass-produce RPi boards

Raspberry Pi 2

The Raspberry Pi is a $35 computer that has fostered innovation, and has encouraged many to tinker. Many have made interesting creations with the Raspberry Pi, and some are truly innovative. Continue reading Raspberry Pi now allows anyone to customize and mass-produce RPi boards

The Raspberry Pi gets a cheap, customizable case, and it is official

The Raspberry Pi is a $35 Computer that has really revolutionized the industry, and is moving forward in its vision of delivering computing to the masses. Continue reading The Raspberry Pi gets a cheap, customizable case, and it is official

The computing Ultimatum: The CHIP is a fully functional Computer that costs only $9

In the last two decades, we have witnessed multiple revolutions. And all of these revolutions are based on the humble computer. Due to computers, we now have a massive interconnected network that allows anyone to access the information they want.  Due to computers, many new industries have emerged and some older ones have been swept off into the grave. On the other hand, the survivors experienced a complete productivity revolution, with the speed, efficiency, quality and capacity of Industries boosting. Continue reading The computing Ultimatum: The CHIP is a fully functional Computer that costs only $9

BBC announces the Micro Bit: To bring the gift of Coding to UK Schools

Today, technology is simpler than ever, with ever improving User Interfaces and the average technology user almost never having to touch a piece of code in their entire lives. Everything is through a button or a touch, and is something even babies can do. Continue reading BBC announces the Micro Bit: To bring the gift of Coding to UK Schools

The Raspberry Pi has sold over 5 million Units: A $35 Computer that took the world by Storm

Raspberry Pi has sold over 5m computers since 2012, making it the most successful British computer in history.

Although computing is becoming more widespread and more accessible, computing knowledge isn’t. Today’s generation is spoiled with slick User Interfaces and doesn’t know a thing about what is actually going on with their devices. Continue reading The Raspberry Pi has sold over 5 million Units: A $35 Computer that took the world by Storm

The Raspberry Pi 2’s Bizarre Bug: Switches off when exposed to high-power Flash

Raspberry Pi 2

The Raspberry Pi 2 was recently announced, and is the next revision for the revolutionizing $35 Computer, which is now a part of every self-respecting maker’s toolkit, and has promoted the art of Programming worldwide and made it more accessible. Continue reading The Raspberry Pi 2’s Bizarre Bug: Switches off when exposed to high-power Flash

The new Raspberry Pi packs a punch, and can run Windows, at $35

The Raspberry Pi is a $35 Computer made for educating children and encouraging them to explore the innards of computers, and tinker with software. Of course, with such a cheap Price and so many IO options, it quickly became a staple of every Maker’s toolkit. Continue reading The new Raspberry Pi packs a punch, and can run Windows, at $35