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8GB Raspberry Pi 4 on sale now at $75

The long-rumoured 8GB Raspberry Pi 4 is now available, priced at just $75. Raspberry Pi 4 is almost a year old, and it’s been a busy year. We’ve sold nearly 3 million units, shipped a couple of minor board revisions, and reduced the price of the 2GB variant from $45 to $35. On the software […]

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Learning AI at school — a peek into the black box

“In the near future, perhaps sooner than we think, virtually everyone will need a basic understanding of the technologies that underpin machine learning and artificial intelligence.” — from the 2018 Informatics Europe & EUACM report about machine learning As the quote above highlights, AI and machine learning (ML) are increasingly affecting society and will continue […]

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Meet your new robotic best friend: the MiRo-E dog

When you’re learning a new language, it’s easier the younger you are. But how can we show very young students that learning to speak code is fun? Consequential Robotics has an answer… The MiRo-E is an ’emotionally engaging’ robot platform that was created on a custom PCB  and has since moved onto Raspberry Pi. The […]

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The Raspberry Pi Press store is looking mighty fine

Eagle-eyed Raspberry Pi Press fans might have noticed some changes over the past few months to the look and feel of our website. Today we’re pleased to unveil a new look for the Raspberry Pi Press website and its online store. Did you know? Raspberry Pi Press is the publishing imprint of Raspberry Pi (Trading) […]

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Design your own Internet of Things with HackSpace magazine

In issue 31 of HackSpace magazine, out today, PJ Evans looks at DIY smart homes and homemade Internet of Things devices. In the last decade, various companies have come up with ‘smart’ versions of almost everything. Microcontrollers have been unceremoniously crowbarred into devices that had absolutely no need for microcontrollers, and often tied to phone […]

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Share your keyboard and mouse between computers with Barrier

Declutter your desk by sharing your mouse and keyboard across multiple computers at once, including your Raspberry Pis, with Barrier. Raspberry Pi Director of Software Engineering, Gordon Hollingworth, shows you how. Barrier walkthrough Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://rpf.io/ytsub Help us reach a wider audience by translating our video content: http://rpf.io/yttranslate Buy a Raspbe… Desk […]

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Make it rain chocolate with a Raspberry Pi-powered dispenser

This fully automated M&M’s-launching machine delivers chocolate on voice command, wherever you are in the room. A quick lesson in physics To get our head around Harrison McIntyre‘s project, first we need to understand parabolas. Harrison explains: “If we ignore air resistance, a parabola can be defined as the arc an object describes when launching […]

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Coolest Projects goes online and everyone is welcome!

We’re thrilled that Coolest Projects is taking place this summer as an online showcase, and registration opens today! Our world-leading technology fair usually takes place as a free face-to-face event, with thousands of young people coming together to showcase projects they’ve created. After making the tough decision to cancel the Coolest Projects 2020 events in […]

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Setting up two-factor authentication on your Raspberry Pi

Enabling two-factor authentication (2FA) to boost security for your important accounts is becoming a lot more common these days. However you might be surprised to learn that you can do the same with your Raspberry Pi. You can enable 2FA on Raspberry Pi, and afterwards you’ll be challenged for a verification code when you access […]

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Help medical research with folding@home

Did you know: the first machine to break the exaflop barrier (one quintillion floating‑point operations per second) wasn’t a huge dedicated IBM supercomputer, but a bunch of interconnected PCs with ordinary CPUs and gaming GPUs. With that in mind, welcome to the Folding@home project, which is targeting its enormous power at COVID-19 research. It’s effectively […]

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