A wearable computer is quite an intriguing concept for modders, hackers and general tech enthusiasts.
Are you a modder with a spare Raspberry Pi dev board? If so, you might want to check out the LapPi mod.
If you're a modder or dev who likes to play around with the Raspberry Pi, well, you may be glad to hear that there is yet another OS available for the little device.
The OLinuXino may look a lot like the Raspberry Pi, but it boasts a faster processor, as well as additional integrated input and output ports.
Relive your arcade gaming past with the Picade.
Raspberry Pi gets more DIY friendly with graphics code in the open-source realm.
Gertboards for the Raspberry Pi are shipping in the wild.
The Raspberry Pi is one of the most popular dev boards on the market for both modders and mainstream tech enthusiasts.
The folks over at the Raspberry Pi Foundation have thus far supported modders who overclocked and overvolted the uber-mini devices, at least in principle.
The KindleBerry Pi isn't exactly the most portable or practicle computer on the market, but it's sufficiently geeky.
Computational engineers at the UK's University of Southampton - along with a six-year-old boy - have built a supercomputer from 64 Raspberry Pi computers and Lego.
The wildly popular $35 Raspberry Pi made waves when it first launched in March.
The Raspberry Pi is quickly finding its way into all sorts of devices, including fully-functioning media centers, model sailboats plying the stormy Atlantic and even a remote-controlled truck equipped with a night vision video camera.
The versatile $25-$35 Raspberry Pi has taken the developer and modder communities by storm in recent months.
The Raspberry Pi has tipped up in a number of geek-related projects, including one where the bare-bones board was selected to power a model sailboat across the stormy Atlantic Ocean.
The tech market is currently awash with a wide variety of uber-mini and inexpensive Android-powered PCs like the MK802, Cotton Candy, Raspberry Pi, Gooseberry and VIA’s APC.
The Raspberry Pi is perhaps one of the most hackable and popular bare-bone boards to hit the market over the past year.
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi main-board has been in short supply since launch day due to overwhelming demand for the uber-mini $35 Android computer.
E.S.R. Labs recently showcased the Android Transporter Pi, which allows you to use an HDTV as an external display for Android devices - without plugging an HDMI cable into a smartphone or tablet.
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi mainboard is an interesting device that has won accolades from geeks and tech enthusiasts.