1. Version 1.65 of Basalt released

        risc os

    Basalt is BASIC Alternative keywords, a module that adds many extra features to all versions of BBC BASIC. This latest version is to implement structures, but there are a number of other features and improvements, […]

  2. Help edit a new Risc Os Welcome Guide

        risc os

    CJE Micro’s is coordinating the updating of the Iyonix Welcome Guide so that it can be available for all new RISC OS users of the Raspberry Pi and BeagleBoard– and Pandaboard-based systems.. The company is […]

  3. CJE’s at London Risc Os User Group – 17 June

        risc os

    Chris Evans of CJE Micro’s will be presenting details of their new RISC OS computer bundles, the PandaRO, RaspberryRO and all things Raspberry Pi, at the Rougol meeting on Monday 17 June. CJE’s […]

  4. Raspberry Pi ISR

        raspberry pi

    Jay Hamlin writes, “This project started with my friend Larry announcing that he was building an A/D convertor which would produce 1.4 million, 16 bit samples per second and was there any way I […]

  5. Free RISC OS show in Portsmouth in September?

        risc os

    Steve Revill writes in Risc Os Open, “We’re still planning for a potential free RISC OS show down in Portsmouth. Thanks to everyone who has responded up to now. It’s now looking pretty clear that […]

  6. Raspberry Pi as an AVR Programmer

        raspberry pi

    Kevin Cuzner writes on his blog, “Recently, I got my hands on a Raspberry Pi and one of the first things I wanted to do with it was to turn it into my complete […]

  7. PiAddict issue 4 now available

        raspberry pi

    PiAddict Magazine Vol.1 No.4 June 2013 Published by Robert Wheeler using HP MagCloud technology. 32 pages, published 6/10/2013 The GAMES Issue! Minecraft Pi Edition – An Introduction, All the free games on The Pi Store […]

  8. Climb over the Great Firewall of China with a Raspberry Pi

        raspberry pi

    A number of sites have picked up on a thread posted on reddit from a blogger called JaiPasInternet: “I study in China, so I have to fight against censorship everyday. I set my Raspberry […]

  9. Raspberry Pi gets Wired

        raspberry pi

    As if there wasn’t enough stuff out there about the Raspberry Pi, now confirmation that it’s officially cool with its own cover on Wired magazine, where it sits happily among the £200,000 watches […]

  10. Raspberry Pi bird box from BBC’s Springwatch

        raspberry pi

    On the BBC Springwatch website Dr Andrew Robinson of Manchester University writes “If you’re anything like me, you’ve wondered what happens in your garden while you’re not watching. I wanted to know when […]

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