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Raspberry Pi 4: Raspbian ‘Buster’ interview

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The launch of Raspberry Pi 4 brings not only new hardware but new software too: Raspbian ‘Buster’, a brand-new release – compatible, as always, with every Raspberry Pi model going right back to the pre-launch Alpha design – with a revamped, flatter user inter…

Eben Upton on engineering a Raspberry Pi 4

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I guess there’s a question, which is ‘why now, why not in a year’s time?’ Which is the sort of time line we previously indicated,” says Eben Upton, co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, on the timing of Raspberry Pi 4’s release. “Broadcom has been workin…

Raspberry Pi 4 on sale now from $35

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We have a surprise for you today: Raspberry Pi 4 is now on sale, starting at $35. This is a comprehensive upgrade, touching almost every element of the platform. For the first time we provide a PC-like level of performance for most users, while retaining the …

Raspberry Pi 4 specs and benchmarks

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Raspberry Pi 4 improves on its predecessor, with improved specfications across the board. Our Raspberry Pi 4 benchmark tests show a huge increase in performance over previous models. It’s not hard to see where this benchmark boost comes from. The brand-new BC…

Raspberry Pi Clapper

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Ash Puckett thought her life could do with a little simplifying, so she came up with a thunderclap of an idea, as she recalls: “I rolled out of bed one morning, clapped my hands, and remembered I don’t have clap-powered lighting. This project first appeared i…

FULL Windows 10 available for Raspberry Pi!

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Windows 10 on Pi! We never thought we’d ever see the day that full Windows would be available for Raspberry Pi. While you’ve been able to install Windows 10 IoT for a few years now, it’s a far cry from the full Windows desktop experience. Unofficial for now T…

Introducing the Raspberry Pi TV HAT

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Today we are excited to launch a new add-on board for your Raspberry Pi: the Raspberry Pi TV HAT. The TV HAT connects to the 40-pin GPIO header and to a suitable antenna, allowing your Raspberry Pi to receive DVB-T2 television broadcasts. Watch TV with your R…