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Can a 15 computer solve the programming gap?

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Peter Price looks at a device called the Raspberry Pi, a whole computer squeezed onto a single circuit board, aimed to be simple enough that writing programs for it will be child's play.

Games developer David Braben expects to be able to make the Raspberry Pi available for only £15 ($25).

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