Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Briefcase – Convert Your Spare Change to Internet Money

Bitcoin Briefcase

Bitcoins. I don’t have any, and chances are you don’t either. Chances are equally good that both you and I have no need to buy fake IDs or dank buds online, and these two factors are conditionally related. However, despite the fact that they haven’t really caught on in a huge way yet, Bitcoins are … Read more

Streaming Internet Radio Devices using The Raspberry Pi

One huge contributor to the Raspberry Pi’s huge popularity would have to be its extreme aptitude in handling streaming media. Despite being relatively low powered (although, for 35 bucks it’s hard to complain!) in the CPU and ram stakes, it handles high definition video like an absolute champ, and this has led to a proliferation … Read more

Marmalade Raspberry Pi OS adds Speed, Visual Flair, and GPIO Graphical Interface

User jacksparrow has posted an interesting project over on the raspberrypi.org forums, a new operating system designed for a simple, pretty and elegant user experience on the Raspberry Pi. This was posted a couple of months ago now but was only recently brought to my attention, which means hopefully these dudes aren’t too far away from … Read more

CreepyDOL and F-BOMBs – Distributed Raspberry (s)Pis that can Track your Every Move.


No, this isn’t about a foul mouthed Chucky doll with a stalking complex. The ‘Creepy Distributed Object Locator’, or CreepyDOL for short, is a device cobbled together from a Raspberry Pi Model A, a USB hub and a couple of wifi dongles (housed in a non-descript case, the creator calls these F-BOMBs, or Falling Ballistically … Read more

Rasperry Pi Microwave Talks, Scans and Tweets While Doing Your Bidding in the Kitchen

Inspired by a Reddit post, Web developer Nathan Broadbent has used a Raspberry Pi to create the “Raspberry Picrowave”, a hacked microwave that can be controlled from the web, controlled using voice commands, access from mobile devices, and does away with all the useless standard microwave functions for more relevant and useful ones, using a … Read more