To be fair there was not much competition
The Raspberry Pi has been given the UK’s most prestigious engineering award.
Bare bones, bare bones dem, bare bones
Premier Farnell has turned the Raspberry Pi microcomputer into a fully-fledged PC.
Most successful British PC ever
Since it was launched in 2012, the Raspberry Pi has sold 10 million units, making it the most popular British computer ever.
A mini-computer within a computer
A smaller version of the popular Raspberry Pi 3 will hit the shops soon.
Premier Farnell bought by Daetwyler
One of the makers of the Raspberry Pi is being acquired for $867 million.
Homebrew radio stations
Homemade "micro" radio transmitters made from Raspberry Pi boards are providing Syrians with independent radio.
While Orange Pi might sound like an embarrassing medical symptom, it is peaking the interest of those in the dirt cheap single-board computer market
A kickstarter campaign has started for an Atom based IoT board to allow people to come up with x86 projects.
Who needs Black Friday?
A new Raspberry Pi is in the shops for the grand sum of $5.