Guy Dupont has programmed a color picking LED board using a Raspberry Pi RP2040 and is selling prototype copies over at Etsy.
The official Tom’s Hardware Raspberry Pi-themed show, the Pi Cast, is celebrating its 100th episode on Tuesday, September 20th.
Saveitforparts has upgraded his Raspberry Pi-powered tricorder to detect Starlink satellites using an LNB from a satellite dish.
The Arduino IDE 2.0 has been released, and what a release it is. We go through the new features and use it to create a fun project with the venerable Arduino Uno.
Taking the power of an Intel Celeron N5105 and merging it with the venerable Arduino affords LattePanda 3 Delta to be a versatile Raspberry Pi alternative.
A new Python module is designed to easily capture images and video in your code. Learn how to capture HD video, and create camera triggers for nature cameras.
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.
From cases to keyboards, wires and cameras, these products will help you make the most of your Raspberry Pi.
We tested ten different microSD cards on three different Pi models to help you find the fastest one for your Raspberry Pi.
If you're running a local server, having a consistent IP can be helpful. Make sure your Pi has the same IP every time you boot it.
By tweaking a few settings in Raspberry Pi imager, you can control your Pi over the network and will never need a screen.
Update The Raspberry Pi projects are plentiful as we roll into September—this list has 10 of the best ones we’ve had the honor of featuring over the past month.
Maker and developer Leon, aka Leoneq at Reddit, is using a Raspberry Pi to power a handheld radio controller that runs RetroPie (or any other OS).