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Jan 11, 2021

Raspberry Pi-powered robotics kit debuts at CES

The kit will give makers access to other electronic components, including a wide-angle camera, servos and motors.

Sep 22, 2017

Raspberry Pi brings back the 80s

The cheap computer board is a throwback to a time before single-purpose devices, when people had to tinker and write their own scripts to make them work.

Jan 24, 2017

Asus wants piece of the Raspberry Pi

The electronics company releases its own version of the small computer board, which supports 4K and retails for under R1?000.

Dec 2, 2016

Raspberry Pi a hit in SA

The low-cost computer board is used throughout the education sector in SA, reaching over 40?000 South African students.

Nov 29, 2016

Raspberry Pi to be used in Soweto health hackathon

A2D24 and the Gauteng Department of Health will hold a hackathon this week to teach learners coding and create health awareness apps.

Jun 6, 2016

Build-your-own laptop kit available in SA

The pi-top, a build-your-own laptop kit that uses low-cost computer board, the Raspberry Pi, arrives in SA.

Mar 17, 2016

Could the Raspberry Pi work for your business?

This provides a platform for the rapid deployment of new applications in an enterprise while ensuring it stays affordable and cheap to deploy in any environment, says Ruan Venter, Principal Consultant at Ovations.

Dec 5, 2014

Facebook cosies up to ESET

We round up trends from across the globe that had us scratching our heads.


Raspberry Pi Compute Module on sale in SA

The hobbyist system-on-chip is ready for industrial applications.

Oct 8, 2013

GTSP presents CEHv8 training course

The Certified Ethical Hacking training class will take place from 25 - 29 November.


Welcome to the future

Global technology organisations are increasingly focusing on the everyday relationship between physical and digital components. How could this benefit education in Africa?

Mar 13, 2012

High demand for Raspberry Pi

The tiny device, aimed at reviving next-generation interest in programming, has also received interest from developing countries.

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