The Byte, March 2 - Raspberry PCs, Windows Server 8, Apple vs. Motorola, Music-playing helicopters
Raspberry Pi Linux PCs will be back in four to six weeks.
Microsoft released Windows Server 8 operating system to let admins test it out.
Apple won an injunction potentially requiring Motorola Mobility to recall infringing smartphones.
Helicopter robots play a rendition of the James Bond theme. To hear it, check out the full YouTube video: http://bit.ly/yER5Ey
A new supply of 25 dollar Raspberry Pi Linux PCs will be back in 4 to 6 weeks after selling out in minutes earlier this week. The credit card sized PC could fill in as a low power desktop and as a cheaper option to competitors.
On the heels of Microsoft’s public preview of Windows 8, the company’s released a beta version of its Windows Server 8 operating system. It will allow administrators to test and offer feedback as Microsoft finalizes the software for release.
In the continuing saga, Apple has won an injunction potentially requiring Motorola Mobility to recall infringing smartphones in the two companies’ ongoing patent battle in Germany.
Helicopter robots from the University of Pennsylvania have been programmed to play the James Bond theme on a variety of instruments while flying. To hear the full rendition go to the link in the description.