The company behind the popular microcomputer has started offering custom, mass-produced versions to any company willing to pay for them.
Raspberry Pi, the super-cheap micro PC designed to get kids coding, has sold a staggering 1.75 million units, 1 million of them made here in the UK.
Every UK child within a certain age bracket will be handed a BBC Micro Bit. The makers of the microcomputer hope it will inspire the next generation of programmers for the Internet of Things.
The BBC's new microcomputer is designed to get kids interested in programming, and is being offered for free to kids across the country. Hit play to see what it can do.
The microcomputer designed to get kids interested in coding powers down when hit with high-intensity, long-wave flashes from cameras.
The microcomputer will get a special version of Microsoft software, Google and Uber hit the road and "Black Mirror" could be remade in the US.
Microsoft is making a free version of Windows 10 that will run on the updated, quad-core microcomputer.
More power, more memory and a Pi-compatible version of Windows 10 -- here's what you need to know about this all-new microcomputer.
The new version of the popular microcomputer sports a microSD card slot and an even more compact design.
Can this plucky microcomputer save the computing industry? Adventures in Tech heads to Raspberry Pi HQ to find out.