Do you know you can use the Raspberry Pi as a FM transmitter and setup your own radio station? And that do without much tinkering.
Articles by Mayank Sharma
Raspberry Pi comes with a camera module that can take full HD shots. Here is the guide to use your Raspberry Pi as a surveillance camera.
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