We’ve now had four years of Raspberry Pi production which has seen that device fill a decades long neglected void to take the world by storm with:
Raspberry Pi 1 Raspberry Pi 2 Raspberry Pi 0
And now the hot news has been leaked for their latest hot birthday variant:
Raspberry Pi 3
OK, . . . → Read More: A Raspberry Pi Birthday with the Raspberry Pi 3
What a lot of Pi and all for such a rapidly market disruptive and IT education enhancing development:
RaspberryPi.org: Five million sold!
Yesterday we received some figures which confirmed something we’ve suspected for a few weeks now: we’ve sold over five million Raspberry Pis.
The Pi has gone from absolutely nothing just under three years . . . → Read More: Raspberry Pi Five Million
The Raspberry Pi is certainly hot in the news at the moment… Especially so for a rather unexpected news flash for some new naked components on the new board:
Raspberry Pi 2 is ‘camera shy’
The latest version of Raspberry Pi’s credit-card-sized budget computer reboots itself when exposed to camera flashes, users have found.
The . . . → Read More: Raspberry Pi 2 Flash Splash!
Looks like there’s been some good Broadcom baking to make my SBC list obsolete with the latest spin of the Raspberry Pi hitting the headlines:
BBC: Raspberry Pi 2 unveiled with faster processor and more memory
A new budget-priced Raspberry Pi computer has been unveiled, offering child coders and others a faster processor and . . . → Read More: Raspberry Pi 2 go faster!
(“Rev 03” work-in-progress… 😉 All details as of Feb 2014.)
We have the continuing rise of the RaspberryPi taking an ever greater proportion of the world by storm, now beyond two million and counting. Can the RasPi alone revitalize computer education and the present day world of computer hobbyists?
Or, what else is there? How . . . → Read More: RaspberryPi and multiple SBCs Desert! (ARM)