Wild Hare has beat their $50,000 Kickstarter goal for My N3RD, a smartphone controlled, WiFi connected power switch and sensor. You still have until February 23rd to get in on the campaign, where a $75 pledge will get you a unit of your own.
Say hello to PiCast, the open source alternative to Chromecast. With a $25-$35 Raspberry Pi, PiCast can emulate the functionality of a Chromecast.
While we tend to think of VPN as file hosting for our work related needs, it’s a popular option for Chinese citizens to access the Internet we take for granted. The method for doing this via Raspberry Pi is relatively simple, and could catch on widely.
The Raspberry Pi is facing some stiff competition from the BeagleBone Black. The latest revision of the Beagle single board computer (SBC) is now available for just $45. The extra $10, compared to the price of a Raspberry Pi, gets you some worth while upgrades.
Smartphones aren’t the cheapest to own. But a mobile phone in China could break the mold: the $12 Gongkai Phone, which could inspire cheap DIY smartphones.
Now that the tiny computer has been in the market for a year, RS Electronics has announced the availability of a limited edition Raspberry Pi blue version to celebrate.
Better start thinking of more ways to use the Raspberry Pi, as the Foundation has announced that it will be releasing a 5MP camera add-on for the tiny computer.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the availability of its Model A Raspberry Pis via suppliers RS Components and Premier Farnell/element 14.
It’s not every day that we talk about the ultra affordable Raspberry Pi Model B computer and schools, but it’s not every day that Google gives 15,000 Raspberry Pi Model B units to UK schools.
XBMC released an official update. Code named Frodo, it has support for Android and Raspberry Pi.