Raspberry Pi, a credit card sized computer board was manufactured by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Since early February this year, the company has come out with 2 major models boasting a configuration suitable for teaching basic computer sciences in school. Users were given the ability to upgrade without affecting the warranty and new shipping partners had been added to meet the curious ones and the enthusiasts worldwide. The attractive pricing of US $25 and US $35 (for the 2 models respectively) for this ARM based chipset was an icing on the cake.
Today marks a day of joy for all owners and potential ones when the organisation announced its own Online Store for Apps compatible with the device. The store already features major apps like the LibreOffice, Asterisk and few other interesting games. With such great support for the handy and pocket friendly hardware, its interesting to see where this goes.