Fon is a Spanish company founded on Kickstarter, and has since become one of the world’s largest dual-access Wi-Fi network operators. Back in July of 2013, Fon held over 8 million hotspots, while today it has over 13 million around … Continue reading →
Over the weekend a man named Dave Akerman, self described as an armchair astronaut, sent a Raspberry Pi and one of the newly released 5 MegaPixel Pi cameras up, up, up and away, as part of his “Eye in the … Continue reading →
All gadgets this week! Too much rad stuff to not share! Scientists at Cornell University have been developing a PR2 robot capable of anticipating human actions, meaning if you want a beer, the friend will get you one! It … Continue reading →
Daria the Red-Headed Geek here! I’m back this week to tap into some neat Google news topics that have happened this week. First, the incredible driver-less car idea by Google is sprouting many advantageous effects, as well as rippling ones. … Continue reading →
The Raspberry Pi Computer is a credit card sized mini PC circuit board that cost only $35. Now you can take it anywhere with the new Mobile Raspberry Pi-to-Go; a real mobile computer that gets up to 10 hours of battery life.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK registered charity going into production of a tiny PC about the size of a short stack of credit-cards. The carefully crafted result is a tiny computer that can be sold for $25 - $35 with serious capabilities.