The Raspberry Pi shocked the world when it was released in 2012. 6 years later, it still shows the world how small and cheap computing can be.
Tritium is a more open version of the Raspberry Pi, offering more RAM and better video capabilities.
The open-source, cross-platform IDE Visual Studio Code now has prebuilt binaries for the Raspberry Pi, making coding fun on the PI again.
Linux.MulDrop.14 is a new piece of malware that specifically targets Raspberry Pis, to create a zombie that mines cryptocurrency.
Niryo One is an open-source robotic arm with 6-axis of movement, built for makers, educators and even small businesses.
Mario Kart is a fun classic that a lot of makers will remember. Here Adam Ringwood takes it a step further by controlling it with a real car.
This FAC based Rubik’s cube solver uses a Pi to calculate the moves, and just gets on with it, in a beautiful, fluid motion.
The Pi-Top is a complete kit to turn your Raspberry Pi to into a fully functioning, portable laptop
Harnessing the power of “OK Google”, this coffee table reacts to voice commands, turning it on, off and changing colours.
The ‘Piano Stairs’ is a little project that plays a different note every time you step on a step, playing a musical scale as you ascend.