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Teach, learn and make with Raspberry Pi
  1. Three-factor authentication is the new two-factor authentication

    Two-factor authentication continues to provide our online selves with more security for our email and online banking. Meanwhile, in the physical world, protecting our valuables is now all about three-factor authentication. Not sure what I mean? Here’s a video from Switched On Network that demonstrates how to use a Raspberry Pi to build a three-factor door […]

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  2. I feel the earth move under my feet (in Michigan)

    The University of Michigan is home to the largest stadium in the USA (the second-largest in the world!). So what better place to test for spectator-induced seismic activity than The Big House? The Michigan Shake University of Michigan geology professor Ben van der Pluijm decided to make waves by measuring the seismic activity produced during […]

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  3. Anatomy of a product quality issue: PoE HAT

    One of the neat new features of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is its support for IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). This standard allows up to 13W of power to be delivered over the twisted pairs in an Ethernet cable without interfering with the transmission of data. The Raspberry Pi board itself provides a PoE-capable […]

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  4. Wireframe issue 1 is out now!

    Wireframe is our new twice-monthly magazine that lifts the lid on video games. In Wireframe, we look at how games are made, who makes them, and how you can make games of your own. And today, we’re releasing our very first issue! Wireframe: the new magazine that lifts the lid on video games Uploaded by […]

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  5. A world-class computing education

    I am delighted to share some big news today. The Raspberry Pi Foundation is part of a consortium that has secured over £78 million in government funding to make sure every child in every school in England has access to a world-leading computing education. National Centre for Computing Education Working with our partners, STEM Learning […]

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  6. Can’t Drive This, the 4D arcade machine

    A Raspberry Pi–powered arcade display with hidden interactive controls won over the crowds at Gamescom. Rosie Hattersley and Rob Zwetsloot got the inside scoop. If you’re going to add a little something extra to wow the crowd at the Gamescom video games trade fair, a Raspberry Pi is a surefire way of getting you noticed. […]

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  7. Raspberry Pi would like you to remember…

    …remember, the 5th of November. Happy Guy Fawkes Night, Bonfire Night, Fireworks Night…Day! A brief history of the Gunpowder Plot In 1605, York-born Guy Fawkes was arrested, along with other conspirators of the Gunpowder Plot, for their attempt to blow up the House of Lords that, at the time, was occupied by members of parliament, […]

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  8. Brand-new books from The MagPi and HackSpace magazine

    Hey folks, Rob from The MagPi here! Halloween is over and November has just begun, which means CHRISTMAS IS ALMOST HERE! It’s never too early to think about Christmas — I start in September, the moment mince pies hit shelves. What most people seem to dread about Christmas is finding the right gifts, so I’m […]

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  9. Dance magic, dance

     Firstly, I’d like to apologise for rickrolling you all yesterday. I would LIKE to, but I can’t — it was just too funny to witness. But as I’m now somewhat more alive and mobile, here’s a proper blog post about proper things. And today’s proper thing is these awesome Raspberry Pi–powered dance costumes from students […]

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  10. Trick or (the ultimate) treat!

    I’ll keep today’s blog post short and sweet, because Liz, Helen, and I are all still under the weather. Raspberry Pi 4! Don’t tell Eben, Liz, or the rest of the team I showed you this, but here’s your Halloween ‘trick or treat’ gift: an exclusive sneak peek at the Raspberry Pi 4. We’ll be back […]

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