The Raspberry Pi, the little single-board computer that is used by enthusiasts, is not vulnerable to the Meltdown bug that was revealed this week to be affecting most Intel processors made since 1995, the founder of the Raspberry Pi project says.
A Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) client for the Raspberry Pi has been released by Parallels, allowing the low-cost hardware to be used to present virtual desktops.
A brand new Raspberry Pi 2 computer board has been announced, with up to 6x the power, twice the memory, able to run Linux, an IoT focused version of Windows 10 for US $35.
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What's with this 50MBPS and 100MBPS BS? Airport lounge WiFi in San Francisco: 135MBPS. In Dubai 230MBPS.