The "final evolution" of hacker favourite the Raspberry Pi Model B has arrived, adding two USB ports and becoming more power efficient.
We give our first impressions of the $35 Raspberry Pi, an intriguing, eminently affordable hobbyist computer.
With a quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM, the new Raspberry Pi packs a punch, and will also run a Pi-compatible version of Windows 10.
The British company is making learning to code as affordable as a skinny latte.
The company behind the popular microcomputer has started offering custom, mass-produced versions to any company willing to pay for them.
The cheap micro-computer now has a touchscreen to build a basic tablet or control your Pi-powered creations.
Tinkerers and DIY lovers, this micro-PC is for you. Plus: more free music from Google Play!
Interlinking dozens of the cheap, small electronic brains won't break any computing speed records. But it could help teach people how to program tomorrow's computer systems.
Five fun uses for the $35 Raspberry Pi computer.
The microcomputer designed to get kids interested in coding powers down when hit with high-intensity, long-wave flashes from cameras.