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Since it first hit the market in 2012, the Raspberry Pi has gone through numerous iterations and has become a popular sidekick for students and hobbyists alike. People use the low-priced mini computers are used to shoot down ace pilots in aerial combat simulations, they power retro arcade systems, and can be found in countless experiments by students of all ages. The low cost of entry and the seemingly limitless ideas that are possible with the Raspberry Pi platform is why founder Eben Upton is today announcing an incredible milestone — 10 million units have been shipped to date. “Thanks to you, we’ve beaten our wildest dreams by three orders of magnitude, and we’re only just getting started,”... Read more...
Give credit to the Raspberry Pi Foundation for helping to popularize the tiny and affordable PC movement that has makers and programmers of all skill levels tinkering with do-it-yourself projects. Millions of boards later, others have jumped into the category, including CHIP, the world's first $9 computer and one that could give Raspberry Pi a run for its money. In response, the price of a previous generation Raspberry Pi Model B+ has been cut to $25. That's a $10 price cut compared to its original $35 price tag. It's a long overdue one. Officially, the Raspberry Pi Foundation says that production optimizations have made the Raspberry Pi Model B+ cheaper to produce, hence the price cut, though... Read more...