Brits 'are being priced out of getting to work', say campaigners.
Children who had never touched a computer mouse now use the Raspberry Pi for Word Processing, spreadsheets etc. Instead of computer theory, they can get hands on experience. Their teachers are gaining confidence and can now properly address the Zambian ICT curriculum.
The Raspberry Pi has become the UK's all-time best-selling computer, selling over eight million units worldwide. Yet despite
If you’re in the market for a new computer, you might not have to spend hundreds of pounds for an upgrade. In fact you might
The Raspberry Pi, the tiny but mighty British computing success story, has a new model. The Raspberry Pi Model B+ features
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The dust has settled on the Budget 2013 and the political fallout has been well documented. Putting politics aside and focusing on the actual issues, it's true to say Chancellor George Osbourne's Budget statement contained both positives and negatives as far as the tech industry is concerned.
Children growing up today are past masters at mobile. They're weaned early onto digital, their little minds soothed, calmed and cajoled with touchscreen time. As parents, we marvel at how quickly mere babes in arms master the swipe, double tap and pinch zoom.
On the 1 March 2012 I placed an order with Premier Farnell for a Raspberry Pi model B computer. Now, I can hold it in my hand, as I am one of the first 10,000 proud owners of the most widely publicised and potentially significant pieces of technology to be produced for years