MintyPi 2.0 is a project that transforms a mint tin box into a RetroPie-powered portable video game console. The device uses the Raspberry Pi Zero W and 3D-printed components and can be programmed to play any game from retro consoles.
Video Games April 11, 2017
The Raspberry Pi mini-computer comes in a variety of models, each with their own specifications and purposes. Which one should you buy between the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, Raspberry Pi Zero, and Raspberry Pi Zero W?
Computers March 20, 2017
The new Onion Omega2 is making the headlines as the tiniest computer, but how does it compare with the Raspberry Pi Zero? Here's a quick comparison between the two, from specs and features to price and size.
Computers August 16, 2016
Google developed Project Bloks as a platform to teach children the fundamentals of coding at an early age. The system is made up of three elements, namely pucks, Base Boards and the Raspberry Pi Zero-based Brain Board.
Google June 28, 2016
The camera connector itself looks like two small microchips and a yellow ribbon.
Computers May 17, 2016
Someone has given an original Game Boy an SD card reader, extra buttons, an LCD display and a Raspberry Pi Zero. It's called the Game Boy Zero.
Video Games April 8, 2016
The Raspberry Foundation's Pi computers are fast becoming one of the most popular tech components available in the market. This can be attributed to Raspberry Pi boards' versatility and affordability compared to other similar programmable computers.
December 24, 2015
The Raspberry Pi has inspired another game emulation project. This time, the tiny computer is stuffed inside an Xbox controller.
Video Games December 2, 2015
Just as the latest Raspberry Pi was set out on the windowsill, the hungry hordes have gobbled it up. The Raspberry Pi Foundation's first batch of $5 Pi Zero computers has sold out.
Computers November 30, 2015
The Pi Zero costs $5; the C.H.I.P. now costs $9. Which is the one to get?
Computers November 29, 2015