Raspberry Pi: Elite writer David Braben's £15 computer

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A piece of technology not much bigger than an adult's finger could help a new generation discover how to program computers.

Games developer David Braben and some colleagues came up with the Raspberry Pi - a whole computer on a tiny circuit board made with not much more than an ARM processor, a USB port, and an HDMI connection.

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