The Raspberry Pi Foundation has denied reports that it is gearing up for listing on the London Stock Exchange.
The Raspberry Pi is Britain’s best-selling computer that was originally conceptualized as an affordable computer to lower the barrier of entry for computer education. However, it has also reinvigorated interest in do-it-yourself (DIY) computing and ushered in a whole generation of single-board computers (SBC).
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced its latest microcontroller, building on the Raspberry Pi Pico. However, the RP2040 is even Read more
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The Raspberry Pi Pico is missing two key things. The first is a reset button, easily fixed with a DIY Read more
Adafruit’s latest RP2040 board is a compromise. It is not as small as the QT Py RP2040 nor is it Read more
The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 was a game changer. It had a new form factor, multiple configuration options and Read more
The Kiwikit expands the Raspberry Pi Pico with several ports and even a small display. The development board also has Read more
Can the Raspberry Pi Pico get any smaller? Pimoroni’s Tiny 2040 is a mere third of the size of a Read more
Raspberry Pi has a history of disrupting the status quo. In 2012, the first $35 Raspberry Pi offered a low Read more
The Over:Board is a carrier board for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 that turns the compact machine into a Read more
It looks like any ordinary keyboard. You know, the kind you will hook up to your PC, so you can draft Read more
Forget about having to buy cases and accessories, the Raspberry Pi 400 is everything you need built into a keyboard. Read more
The Raspberry Pi single-board computers or SBCs have long been the darling of makers and tinkerers because of their size Read more