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Raspberry Pi
by Gavin Thomas
Request a roll from the tweet-powered dice machine, made from the unlikely mix of Ruby, Python and Pi with an antique game

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Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
Ever wondered how you can actually use the GPIO pins on the Pi? We explain exactly what they are and how to use them…

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Use your Raspberry Pi to move parts of a robot or control anything that can rotate

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Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
We also cover the epic rise of Linux over 23 years in our comprehensive history feature

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Rob Zwetsloot
Use the Raspberry Pi camera to detect motion and take a photo of the cause for home security or time-lapse photography

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Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
Turning your Raspberry Pi into a mobile phone is a lot simpler than you’d think, albeit a little chunky. Linux User talks to Dave Hunt about one of his many pet projects.

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Raspberry Pi
Posted by Gavin Thomas
Share your best Raspberry Pi project with us for a chance to win a Makeblock Starter Robot Kit

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Leo White
Take a toy, a Raspberry Pi and a PS3 controller; add a dash of Python and some solder for the perfect remote-controlled gadget…

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Raspberry Pi
Posted by Gavin Thomas
New digital magazine celebrating and experimenting with Raspberry Pi

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Raspberry Pi
by David Crookes
We interview Alex Klein about the best new education program for the Raspberry Pi

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Raspberry Pi
Reviews
by Gareth Halfacree
The Raspberry Pi is an ideal device for embedded designs, but controlling it away from a keyboard and monitor can be a bit tricky – until now

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Jump on the cryptocurrency bandwagon and mine some of your own Bitcoins – or other currency – with a spare Raspberry Pi

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