Ark OS, the private cloud crowdfunding project that aims to enable you to provide all your cloud services right in the comfort — and security — of your home, has beaten its funding goal of $45,000.
The company makes it easy for more people to use the Raspberry Pi computer.
You gotta love security geeks — they can make it so easy for you. At least, if you’re a black hat hacker.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has posted some new photos of the final version of its hackable camera module, which it first demoed last November.
Credit-card-sized computer Raspberry Pi now has an app store for games, programs, tools and tutorials.
Raspberry Pi’s latest and cheapest computer has started its long, slow trek into your hands.
The limited version of Minecraft Pi will be a free download.
While the $35 Raspberry Picomputer gets a lot of kudos for being a cheap way to get into hardware hacks, Texas Instruments’ $13 Stellaris LaunchPad could soon take the spotlight.
The delightfully simple and surprisingly powerful Raspberry Pi computer has upgraded its Model B machine and kept the price at a stunning $35.
Raspberry Pi, the $25 Linux PC that fits in your hand and runs off AA batteries, is finally shipping in bulk today. One of the most amazing things about this little baby is the case mods: innovative, interesting cases that hobbyists and tinkerers are creating for the tiny credit-card-sized computer.
Raspberry Pi, the tiny computer that fits in the palm of your hand and can run quite nicely, thank you very much, off four AA batteries, is now shipping in volume for about $33.
Editor's Pick Apple and Blackberry aren’t the only fruit-flavored brands that can cause a stir with new hardware releases. The UK-developed Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized, bare-bones computer selling in two variations for $25 and $35 respectively — slightly less than an iPad 2 plastic cover.
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Remember that $25 computer about the size of a flash drive game developer David Braben unveiled in May? According to a video posted on Saturday, it can run games in high-definition, too.