Unsurprisingly, the Fedora flavor of Linux was one of the first third-party operating unofficially ported to the $35 Raspberry Pi.
One of the most popular hardware products for modders and DIY enthusiasts is the Raspberry Pi.
Using water and other liquids like nitrogen to cool an overclocked computer or gaming rig is nothing new.
A US engineer is trying to sell the idea of an open source drone detection system built out of shedloads of Raspberry Pi kits.
It seems like every time we turn around there's another incredibly cool project involving the uber-mini Raspberry Pi development board, like the retro gaming cabinet, Pi-to-Go, the Pi terminal and the Raspberry workstation.
An interesting new project has turned up on Kickstarter that DIY electronic enthusiasts will undoubtedly love.
We've seen some really cool hacks for the Amazon Kindle family of digital readers over the years.
Not everyone will remember DOS – the operating system that dominated the world of the PC until Windows 95 came along.
One of the things that has always most impressed me about bartenders is that they often remember all the components that go into the mixing of a specific drink off the top of their heads.
The pcDuino might look a lot like the Raspberry Pi, but the little white board has some interesting tricks up its sleeve that the Pi lacks.
Have you purchased a Raspberry Pi recently, perhaps the $25 model A? If your goal is to transform the uber-mini dev-board into a small set top box or home theater PC, you might want to check out the latest version of the Raspbmc OS (1.0).
Mojang has released a free version of its Minecraft game for the tiny, low-cost Raspberry Pi, letting players build virtual worlds on the cheap.
The Raspberry Pi foundation has rolled out its new Model A uber-mini dev board priced at $25.
Google is donating 15,000 Raspberry Pi computers to British schoolchildren in order to help them develop programming skills.
We've seen the uber-mino Raspberry Pi power a wide variety of DIY projects, including the aptly named Lappi which transformed the popular dev board into a rather bulky laptop.
It seems like every time we turn around there's another incredibly cool project involving the uber-mini Raspberry Pi development board.
The little Raspberry Pi developer board has turned out to be a very popular device indeed.
The Raspberry foundation has confirmed that its first model A Pi units are rolling off the production line.
Nonprofit org uses Raspberry Pi and additional open-source components to monitor air pollution.
The slick Raspberry Pi developer board certainly isn't the most powerful computer on the market. In fact, it's downright underpowered when it comes to traditional gaming.