A computer for $5? Yes, you read it right! The Raspberry foundation of UK has achieved this unattainable task of fabricating a computer the size of your credit card at a mere cost of $5- The Raspberry Pie Zero. Eben Upton, founder of Raspberry Pie, and his team get the credit for this impossible task.
. Being a working woman and a mom to a nine-year-old boy is tiring. One has to go to work, do chores around the house and then remain involved in every activity of your kid as the mentor and friend. Since a very young age, I tried to create James interest in electronics and mechanics.
Children by nature have the extraordinary tendency to smash open toys to satiate the curiosity of what’s inside. Though most parents consider it destructive and try to teach their kid to control this urge, I think that is the most important part of their initial learning and growth. Being a modern educated woman and a
Look Ma… No Soldering and It Is Less Than Pair of Yoga Pants…
Learning by doing at its best. For those that love working with the Arduino system, or are perhaps starting to look into it for the first time, you may be pleased to know that two new kits have been announced which are designed to make it as simple as possible to tackle those larger
Credit: http://www.millioninformations.com/ “There exists a passion for comprehension, just as there exists a passion for music. That passion is rather common in children, but gets lost in most people later on.”
http://gurgleapps.com/tutorials/kids-hack-prank-on-dad-using-raspberry-pi Very impressive young lady, working her way into dad’s computer. My hat goes off to her parents. I’m sure they will encourage and guide this child in learning her way around today’s technology. Technological progress in hardware is lowering entry threshold into tech education for young people to new low. “Five buck computer” from
Thia is one funny tweet I run across today: Um, @StationCDRKelly, I thought you said you had things under control up there on @Space_Station? #ApeInSpace pic.twitter.com/wYu1auoA6W — Mark Kelly (@ShuttleCDRKelly) February 23, 2016
ARDUINO 101 Intel® and Arduino Founders got together and produced low cost design for 32-bit micro- controller capable of speedy operation at low power consumption. In spring of 2016 new Arduino 101 board based on Intel® Curie™ Module slated to be relased on the US market . Outside USA the new board will be sold as