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We make tiny computers from $5. We help people create things with digital tech. We're a non-profit.
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We're sending an upgrades payload to the International Space Station...and we're very excited about it.

Find out more in today's Astro Pi-themed blog post.

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Buy League of Legends' Championship Ashe and help the Raspberry Pi Foundation put the power of digital making into the hands of people across the world.

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We've received a transmission from an unknown location and it's down to you, our trusty Pioneers, to help.

Follow the link below, watch the transmission and gather your teams.

This is it, everyone. Only you can save us!

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A new +Ubuntu Core digital signage platform using the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, from +Canonical, +NEC Display Solutions and +Screenly.
Looking to deliver high impact and secure visual content? We've partnered with NEC Display Solutions & Screenly for an Ubuntu Core based digital signage platform leveraging Raspberry Pi CM3. Read more.

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Sometimes your project calls for the power of a Raspberry Pi 3 but with the profile of the thinner Zero W.

With help from the team at Pimoroni, you can make your wish a reality with their recent Raspberry Pi hack.

What would you use this thinner Raspberry Pi for?

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We met Joe Herman at Maker Faire NYC last year, where he was exhibiting his Pi Film Capture project and transforming his grandfather’s 8- and 16-mm home movies into glorious digital films.

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Well here's the link to help you out

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Code Club Australia's Moonhack event broke records this year when it challenged kids to 'hack the moon'.

Did you take part? Share your stories below. And if you'd like to find out more, make sure to read today's blog post.

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The Pioneers Summer Camp was organised for the winners of the two Pioneers challenges Make us laugh and Make it outdoors. With robot making, project showcases and a tour of YouTube, the event was a great success.

Check out today's blog post for photos, as well as a sneak peek of the new challenge and more...

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Raspberry Pi Weekly Issue #220 - Thirteen - out now!

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