The Wall Street Journal reported that [Eric Schmidt] of Google and now Alphabet Inc, promoted the idea of an inexpensive version of the Raspberry Pi to the Raspberry Pi foundation’s [Eben Upton]. Apparently [Upton] accepted this recommendation despite existing plans to make a more expensive, more powerful version of the Pi. The outcome is the Raspberry Pi Zero that sells, in some places, for $5.00 and was given away for free on the cover of the MagPi magazine. I definitely like the idea of having a tiny computer for $5, not only to start coding but to have a "disposable" yet powerful board for IoT or wearable experiments. Hackaday is publishing a tough critics to Raspberry Pi Zero, pointing the educational purpose that seems not really hit by the non-profit foundation. Why then does the Raspberry Pi Zero exist? [Upton] “We really hope this is going to get those last few people in the door and involved in computer programming.” Very good, but how well [...]
As you might have guessed the Kano OS for the new Raspberry Pi Zero computer come supplied with all the features that have been made available previously with the launch of the Kano computer kit fund include favourites such as
[Nick Touran] wanted to make two Raspberry Pi's communicate wirelessly. There are lots of options, but [Nick] used a LASER and a photoresistor, along with Morse code. If you don't find Morse code fanc...
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