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Thanks go to Paul Beech for this image, which shows the Raspberry Pi board in all its glory. ...

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This beautiful picture shows a visualisation of the printed circuit board (PCB) design. This is how the Raspberry Pi manages to be so small, and that collection of connections at the heart of the board demonstrates the location of the Broadcom BCM2835. Dimensions of the board are exactly that of a credit card at 85.6mm x 53.98mm. It is stated that this design will likely not change. ...

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Eben talks about the Raspberry Pi's aims and potential areas of applicability in Education. The video is in HD and is definitely worth a watch if your interested in who the Raspberry Pi is being developed for.  This interview centres around its influence in education as a piece of kit which isn't worth stealing and doesn't matter if it breaks. It specifies the Raspberry Pi's use with desktop software, office suites, games educational software, server...

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The following video shows an in-depth interview with Eben on the 'Raspberry Pee' (Watch the video and you'll get it). Also, the Raspberry Pi won the award for 'Best in Show' for hardware design at TechCon. Congratulations! The key points covered are as follows: Who's involved with the Raspberry Pi What the Raspberry Pi Foundation is about Show and tell about the Raspberry Pi board What is the overall aim of the Raspberry Pi Foundation...

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After a great deal of speculation the 5V Micro USB Jack has been confirmed to supply power to the Raspberry Pi board. Eben states this was for two reasons: "Ubiquity. Micro USB has been chosen as the GSMA’s Universal Charging Solution, so we expect AC adapters with this connector to be cheap and plentiful. Voltage assurance. Unlike coaxial jacks, we know that we’ll be receiving 5V over this connector, which we can pass on unregulated...

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Here's a sneak peak at the Raspberry Pi running Fedora ARM Operating System. This video shows the Raspberry Pi running abi-word, printing and running g-edit with various enabled plug-ins such as a terminal, python console and a file manager. More details are available on Chris Tyler's Blog $(function(){ $("#blogArticle").fitVids(); }); ...

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This video demonstrates the Raspberry Pi's ability as an effective client for Virtual Network Computing (VNC) remote desktop applications, in addition to its applications in shared network displays. More information is available from Rob Hague's Blog. $(function(){ $("#blogArticle").fitVids(); }); ...

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Here's a really interesting Newsnight article focused on the causes behind the decline of computing in the UK, which features the Raspberry Pi. Its around 15 minutes long and definitely worth a watch. Key points: UK has a proud history of technical and artistic creativity. The UK games industry has fallen from 3rd largest to 6th over the last few years. Sector reliant on new talent. There is a current lack of people and...

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Here's some demo videos of a Raspberry Pi generating and moving particles. They're around 1 minute long each and worth a watch if you're interested in the performance aspects of the Raspberry Pi.  $(function(){ $("#blogArticle").fitVids(); }); ...

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This demo video was posted by geek.com. The video features: The Raspberry Pi running 1080p Video. The Quake 3 Demo. Information about the Raspberry PI Foundation. Information about the features of the Raspberry Pi board. A Q&A session with Eben. This ones worth a watch if you have a spare 20 minutes or so, and this quote from the official Raspberry Pi website made me smile: "Most...

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If your interested in a little Q&A session with Eben, Raspberry Pi's director. Then have a click on the link below: Eben's SlashDot Interview Eben answers various questions regarding the Raspberry Pi including: The role of commercial viability in eduction Power supply VGA output Additional embedded features Open source schematics and layout Parallel computing Java development Teaching strategy An introduction to programming Raspberry Pi manuals ...

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Here's a video taken from the Transfer Summit. Andy Piper gives a brief overview of the Raspberry Pi, its various features and size in addition to demonstrating its HD capabilities. This Raspberry Pi had been running a 1080p demo for 8 hours straight, and it was still cool to touch. Amazing. $(function(){ $("#blogArticle").fitVids(); }); ...

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Our hero Eben talking about the Raspberry Pi at the 'Educating Programmers Summit'. Here's a little breakdown of the key points he discusses: The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a University of Cambridge 'spin-off'. They were experiencing a decline in the numbers and ability of programmers entering the University. Computers for children market has been eaten by games consoles and family computers. Gone was the age of the ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro, Comodor 64 and the TRS...

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Here's something you don't see everyday. A computer the size of a credit card running Quake 3. Eat that Apple. Can't wait to see this little beast running Doom, one of my favourite games of all time :-) $(function(){ $("#blogArticle").fitVids(); }); ...

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