In the 1980s, the home computer scene was dominated by BASIC, and now the $4 Raspberry Pi Pico gets a taste of the eighties.
It may look intimidating, but the Linux filesystem isn’t a maze of dead ends. Here’s the map that you need to learn more about an OS that runs on computers big and small.
Using a low-cost Chromebook, the Android Steam Link client and a Bluetooth controller we can game in comfort.
Manage your third party applications as easily as software from the official repositories with deb-get.
Identify and remove the packages that bloat your Raspberry Pi OS installation. All you need are a few commands and a little Linux know-how.
In such a short space of time, the RP2040 has disrupted the microcontroller community and we now have a smörgåsbord of RP2040 boards to choose from.
The RP2040 is a jack-of-all-trades, and a master of all. Servo 2040 sees the chip controlling 18 servos, and reading six inputs all at once.
It may not be the first product to use the form factor, but StackyPi offers an interesting, if tricky way to use Raspberry Pi HATs with the RP2040 SoC.
Try out the latest Python library for the Raspberry Pi Pico, a library that simplifies building electronics projects with the $4 microcontroller.
Starting at $259, Vizy provides a fun introduction to AI, machine learning and computer vision wrapped up in a bright green case.
Running Linux on your Chromebook used to be fraught with hacks and complications, but now we can easily run a Linux virtual machine alongside Google’s cloud based OS.
The humble barcode is an amazing form of input, and the latest HAT from SB Components takes advantage of it for our Raspberry Pi projects.
A low cost case for your Raspberry Pi 4 which boasts an aluminum heatsink but sub par cooling performance.
The latest RP2040 board from Pimoroni is crowned by a gorgeous 2.9-inch e-paper display. But this is much more than just a geeky conference badge, this is a tiny, low power information console.
Resembling a sci-fi prop, Argon 40’s latest Raspberry Pi case is much more than a case. It is a full NAS solution powered by the mighty Raspberry Pi 4.
Immunity to the global supply shortage is not guaranteed and the Raspberry Pi as some resellers are charging four times the list price.
Powered by the RP2040, Solder Party’s RP2040 Stamp is designed to be the heart and soul of your next project. We get all of the GPIO pins, convenient LiPo support and a NeoPixel to sweeten the deal.
Keeping an eye on system resources is a must, no matter if you are using a $35 Raspberry Pi or a multi-million dollar data center. We show you how to monitor your systems from the Linux command line.
Passwords are the keys to our digital lives. But we shouldn’t just hand over the keys to anyone, our passwords should be unique and changed regularly.
The latest beta bootloader from Raspberry Pi sees a curious tool which enables users to download and install the latest operating system without the need for a PC.