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A Xenon flashed aimed at the new Raspberry Pi 2 is causing the device to freeze and reboot after a few seconds. The phenomenon has been captured on video and appears to be easily reproducible.
The CEO of Raspberry Pi said today that people have been "queuing up and saying they want Windows" on its new Pi 2 micro-PC, suggesting that some users feel it's only a 'real PC' if it runs Windows.
The new Raspberry Pi 2 was unveiled this morning and Microsoft has already announced that they will support the device and offer the IoT SKU of Windows 10 for free to the maker community.
From Windows preview updates and the new Visual Studio, to Cortana everywhere, the rollout of Android 5.0, and a bit of Raspberry Pi, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
A smaller, better and cheaper version of the Raspberry Pi Model A is now available. Dubbed the A+ the new board features improved audio, more pins, better energy efficiency and is considerably smaller
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the Model B+, a new version of its tiny $35 computer, bringing a range of improvements, including extra USB ports, microSD slot and reduced power consumption.
What I thought would be an electronics board with LED control and perhaps FM functionality, unraveled into a world which included Bluetooth, WiFi, displays and controllers as well as advanced robotics
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has revealed that it has now sold over two million of its tiny, ultra-affordable computers, reaching this latest sales milestone several months earlier than expected.
The Raspberry Pi has finally launched the cheaper $25 Model A version of its Linux-based PC in the US after previously launching the Model A in Europe in February.
Students aged 8-18 were asked to use Raspberry Pi to "Make the World Better." Creativity ruled, and some of the students used the tiny computer to help the elderly answer the door and take medicine.
The Raspberry Pi has finally launched the cheaper $25 Model A version of its Linux-based PC in Europe that's missing parts that are in the $35 Model B version of the PC.
A grant from Google will enable the Raspberry Pi Foundation to donate 15,000 of its $35 PCs to students in the UK, along with teaching and learning packs to help kids code with the PCs.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that one of its two Raspberry Pi PC manufacturers have confirmed that it sold over 500,000 of the $35 Linux PCs, which likely means the total is one million.
The first samples of the $25 version of the Raspberry Pi Linux PC are now being made and the Raspberry Pi Foundation says they hope to being selling the device in early 2013.
Mojang has announced it will release a version of its hit sandbox game Minecraft that's been coded to work with the $35 Raspberry Pi PC, which will be free to download.
The Stellaris Launchpad has appeared in the wild, taking on the Raspberry Pi to claim the title of "cheapest single board PC". The Launchpad is retailing for $13, in a price range all its own.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that its Linux-based bare-bones PC has received a boost in its RAM to 512 MB while keeping its ultra-cheap $35 price tag.
The Raspberry Pi, the $35 Linux PC that was launched earlier this year, is now completely built in the UK after previously being made in Chinese-based factories.
Do you think going as a non-profit has opened more doors than if you had started a private enterprise? I don't believe that there was any way that we could have done this as a commercial venture...
Six years ago, Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton set out to reignite programming in schools with a cheap, compact computing platform. Despite targeting students, his foundation's $35 computer captured..
The tiny Raspberry Pi PC sold out its first batch within minutes - and its popularity hasn't waned since then, as pre-orders exceed 350,000 units of the $35 model, with a $25 model still on the way.
The first batch of the ultra-cheap $35 Raspberry Pi PCs have finally started shipping to users, with some already receiving their units while others will get them on Monday.
The ultra-cheap Raspberry Pi PC has now passed its CE tests for Europe, along with tests for the US, Canada and Australia, but there's still no word on when shipments will begin.
The long-awaited release of the first units of the ultra-cheap Raspberry Pi PCs has suffered another delay, due to the PCs requiring a CE mark before they can be sold in Europe.
In a new blog post, the team behind the file sharing website The Pirate Bay claim that they are considering plans to place some of their servers on unmanned airborne drones.
The ultra-cheap Raspberry Pi PCs, which finally went on sale a few days ago, have been hit with a minor hardware issue that has delayed the shipment of the PCs to some pre-order customers.
The $35 version of the Raspberry Pi PCs went on sale on Wednesday but one of the PCs two online store outlets has already sold out of its allotment of units, with the other still not taking orders.
The creators behind the upcoming $25 and $35 Raspberry Pi PC products have updated their blog page, stating that the products will go on sale in February despite recent press reports to the contrary.
The team behind the Raspberry Pi $25 and $35 PCs have announced that the first batch of their product will be completed by February 20, but there's still no specific sales launch date.
The upcoming $35 version of the Raspberry Pi PC has been hacked by one of the company's developers to stream video from YouTube via Apple's iPad and a hack that uses Apple's Airplay feature.
The creators of the small Raspberry Pi PC have announced that the $35 version has entered mass production. The $25 model of the PC will be made sometime in the near future.
In a world of dual-core smartphones and turbo-powered tablets, the idea of a tiny 700MHz PC with 128MB of RAM might sound mad. But the new $25 computer may just make sense in the right context.
The $25 Raspberry Pi PC that was first announced a few months ago can now run id Software's Quake 3 first person shooter under its Linux processor.
It's yet another initiative to build low power, portable, and affordable computers for educational purposes, especially in the developing world. Previous attempts have not seen widespread success, such as the One Laptop Per Child initiative....