In the interests of making computer-building -- and computers -- accessible to all comes the Pi-Top, a do-it-yourself, 3D-printable Raspberry Pi laptop.
The "final evolution" of hacker favourite the Raspberry Pi Model B has arrived, adding two USB ports and becoming more power efficient.
Skywriting airplanes take to Austin's skies to attempt the impossible: spell out the infinite sequence of pi.
The new version of the popular microcomputer sports a microSD card slot and an even more compact design.
A British maker has built Pi-powered tapes that re-create our physical connection to music for the Digital Age.
PiBot is a 15-inch tall robot that has successfully learned to navigate takeoffs and landings in a flight simulation. His next goal is piloting a full sized plane, but we're not sure if we're on board for that.
On today's show: a marvelous robot that can fly planes; a saltwater-powered vehicle gets road clearance in Germany; and Pi-Top, an affordable 3D-printed laptop powered by Raspberry Pi.
Can this plucky microcomputer save the computing industry? Adventures in Tech heads to Raspberry Pi HQ to find out.
Will today's youth be equipped with the skills to build the computers of tomorrow? The people behind the Raspberry Pi microcomputer explain the higher purpose of their tiny gadget.
A Brooklyn artist claims to have trademarked the Greek letter Pi for all sorts of apparel, causing T-shirt site Zazzle to remove thousands of geeky designs.