Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi feed

The Raspberry Pi is a miniature computing platform inspiring a new generation of coders and tinkerers. Read our what is a Raspberry Pi resource page to learn more.

Raspberry Pi 4 board

A new version of the $35 computer features a 1.5GHz Arm chip and support for dual-HDMI 4K displays, Gigabit Ethernet, and much more.
Team communication, chat

Monitor your air quality with a Raspberry Pi, a cheap sensor, and an inexpensive display.
Raspberry Pi Gamepad device

This DIY retro video game controller for the Raspberry Pi is fun and not difficult to build but requires some time.
Code going into a computer.

Experiment with NetBSD, an open source OS with direct lineage back to the original UNIX source code, on your Raspberry Pi.
A person working.

rust_gpizero uses the Rust programming language to do physical computing on the Raspberry Pi.
Vector, generic Raspberry Pi board

Linux users can say goodbye to manually creating bootable SD cards for Raspberry Pi with PiFlash.

In the 14th and final article in our series on getting started with the Raspberry Pi, take a look back at all the things we've learned.
Raspberry Pi model B+

From humble beginnings to becoming one of the most interesting and versatile hardware platforms of this decade, who doesn't have an extra Raspberry Pi lying around?