Part two of our list of essential upgrades for the Raspberry Pi
Low overhead, low maintenance technology for geographically distributed databases supports up to 48 nodes
We talk to Richard Garsthagen about why he needs 40 Raspberry Pis to take a picture of you
Supercharge your Raspberry Pi with ten essential add-ons
In these corporate times, it can be easy to forget that Linux was originally written ‘just for fun’. The word ‘hack’ originated as an expression of the idea of adding value with a quick fix – and hacking was fun
Now that you have built your own Raspberry Pi-based supercomputer, learn the basics of how to write Python code to take advantage of all of this power
Designed for those who have outgrown the Cubieboard2, can the Cubietruck’s boosted specifications justify its increased selling price?
Use Google Coder to turn your Raspberry Pi into a tiny, low-powered web server and web host
Lend your Raspberry Pi’s processing power to a good cause using BOINC, helping to cure disease along the way
LXLE updates for the Lubuntu 14.04 LTS release – but can this lightweight distro really keep an aging PC going for two years?
You can now get the Raspberry Pi as a stick – but what exactly is the Compute Module?
Summary: Linux Mint 17 – the live-booting distro on the disc for 141 – does not install properly. Please download a newer version of the ISO from the Linux Mint website.