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How to build and program your own Raspberry Pi robot

Ever wanted your own robot that you could build and program? Meet the Raspberry Pi robot. Put it together any way you want then tell him what to do!
by AA PicksAugust 14, 2017

Google Voice Kit review

The Google Voice Kit works with the Raspberry Pi so you build your own digital Assistant... handy little cardboard cube included!
by Gary SimsJune 13, 20173

How to make a NES Classic clone with a Raspberry Pi – Gary explains

Now that Nintendo has stopped selling the NES Classic Edition, is it possible to make your own clone? Yes and here is my guide!
by Gary SimsJune 6, 20176

How to build your own digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi

How to build your own digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi and Google Assistant. All you need is a speaker and a microphone and Google will do the rest!
by Gary SimsMay 11, 201718
 
 

Google voice control comes to the Raspberry Pi via new DIY kit

Turn your Raspberry Pi into a digital assistant with the new Voice HAT board.
by Scott Adam GordonMay 4, 20173

Huawei and Linaro launching Raspberry Pi-like computer board for Android

The computer board will launch with an octa-core Kirin 960 processor, a Mali-G71 GPU and 3 GB of LPDDR4 RAM.
by Scott Adam GordonApril 27, 201713

Raspberry Pi Zero W review

The Raspberry Pi foundation recently launched the Raspberry Pi Zero W, a new variant that adds built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Here is our review!
by Gary SimsMarch 27, 20179

Raspberry Pi Zero W costs just $10, adds wireless LAN and Bluetooth connectivity

The Raspberry Pi Zero W has just been announced for $10, adding wireless LAN and Bluetooth connectivity to the already popular product.
by David ImelFebruary 28, 20177

64-bit Raspberry Pi 3 launched and available

The new Raspberry Pi 3 uses a 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core Cortex-A53 ARMv8 based CPU. Plus, the Pi 3 also includes built-in Wi-Fi and built-in Bluetooth. It is available now for just $35.
by Gary SimsFebruary 29, 20168

Raspberry Pi Zero review

The new Raspberry Pi Zero is small, elegant and cheap. For $5 you get a computer on a circuit board that can run Linux, has 512MB of RAM and a VideoCore IV GPU.
by Gary SimsJanuary 18, 20168
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