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Raspberry Pi B+=Raspberry Pi B + 14 New GPIO Pins + 2 Extra USB

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the Raspberry Pi B+ version, which is the latest revision of the ARM single-board computer, until the next major release, scheduled for 2017, which should bring a

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Get Out The Best Of Your Raspberry Pi With Pidora 2014 (Pidora 20)

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Pidora is a Fedora spin for Raspberry Pi, the single-board ARM computer that has a 700 Mhz CPU, 512 MB of RAM, an SD card slot, and a bunch of ports. You can

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MagPi Issue 20 Is Now Available For Free Download

Hello Linux Geeksters and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts. The December’s edition of the MagPi, MagPi Issue 20 is now available for download. Among others, MagPi Issue 20 comes with instructions on how to create a bootable Linux SD card, more information

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The Demo Video For Raspberry Pi’s Second Aniversary Has Been Already Posted On Youtube

For Raspberry Pi’s second anniversary (which will be at the end of February), Matt Timmons Brown (aka the Raspberry Pi Guy from Youtube) has created the above video, demoing a bunch of interesting Raspberry Pi projects and some interviews taken

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Yet Another Raspberry Pi Interesting Project: The Bioscope

Hello Linux Geeksters and Raspberry Pi Enthusiasts. Jon Stam and Simon de Bakker, have created a Raspebery Pi-driver Bioscope. The idea is simple: you upload the movie on an USB stick, insert it in the Bioscope and turn the red

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The NOOBS Installer Has Reached Version 1.3.3

Hello Linux Geeksters. This time, noobs is not synonym to newbies. NOOBS (New Out Of the Box Software) is a 4GB software that has included the most popular Raspberry Pi-compatible operating systems (including: Arch, Raspbian and Raspbmc) enabling the user

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December’s Edition of MagPi, MagPi Issue 19 Is Now Available For Download

Hello Linux Geeksters and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts. The November’s edition of the MagPi, MagPi Issue 19 is now available for download. Highlights of MagPi Issue 19: Environmental Monitor XLoBorg Paint Brush GPIO LCD Screen Remote Sensing Pi Store Review Catch

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Gertduino: An Arduino Compatible Add-On Board For The Raspberry Pi Single Board ARM Computer

Hello Linux Enthusiasts. Gertduino is a $29.99 Arduino-Uno compatible, order-able via element14, add-on board for the Raspberry Pi single board computer, created by Gert van Loo. Gertduino is basiclly an Arduino having both an Atmega 328 micro-controller and  an Atmega

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Two Million Raspberry Pi Units Have Been Sold So Far

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Raspberry Pi is a mini-computer with the size of a credit-card, having a 700 Mhz ARM CPU, 512 MB of RAM, USB ports, Ethernet port, HDMI port for pluging TVs or monitors, and

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Support ArkOS’s “Self Hosted Web” Project

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, arkOS is a new Linux system, based on Arch Linux, which enables the users to easily create their own cloud service on a Raspberry Pi ARM board. The Genesis graphical tool allows the

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