A recent community project has beaten Arduino to the punch and we can now write code for the Raspberry Pi Pico via the Arduino IDE.
Quietly announced, the NVMe boot beta enables the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 to boot from cheap and fast SSD drives.
CutiePi has not yet shipped their first Compute Module 3+ based tablet but have announced a new model based around the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4.
Pico 2 Pi Adaptor has a simple goal, to use Raspberry Pi add ons with the Raspberry Pi Pico, and this board does it so well!
New Kickstarter project LumiCube offers 192 RGB LEDs and is packed with useful sensors for science experiments and home assistant projects.
Hidden in the latest Raspberry Pi Imager release is an advanced menu with often requested features for common post install configuration options.
WiFi, Bluetooth, sensors and now a camera carrier board could make the Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect the must-have board.
An official Raspberry Pi package enables the Raspberry Pi 4 and 400 to officially support streaming media services.
While not the first block coding editor for the Raspberry Pi Pico, Piper Make is easy to use and comes with a series of engaging lessons.
A low cost board that comes preloaded with a Raspberry Pi Pico, ready to power your electronics experiments.
An all-in-one kit that provides a great hardware platform to build IoT devices using the Arduino IoT Cloud.
Adafruit’s first ‘Pi Silicon’ board arrives and in no time at all it makes itself right at home in our next project.
THine Electronics plug-and-play extension kit enables the Raspberry Pi camera to be easily used in often hard-to-reach locales.
The Raspberry Pi Pico continues to crop up in unlikely places, today we see it being used as a software defined radio interface.
The Pico4ML is the same size as a Raspberry Pi Pico, but we get an onboard screen, microphone and camera for AI and machine learning projects.
Eben Upton teases what the next Raspberry Pi silicon could do in a recent talk given at the tinyML Summit 2021
Martin O'Hanlon creates a 3D printed soldering jig to save time when soldering up multiple Raspberry Pi Picos
Tofu is aimed at the industrial sector, but with onboard NVME, PoE and a full GPIO we can see this being a popular add on for Raspberry Pi fans.