dtfall

Member Since: April 2, 2012

Country: United States

  • Product DEV-11546 | about a year ago

    So you’re saying that the iPhones are really manufactured by Qualcomm just because they use their chip? Great logic there. It wasn’t mean to be used to learn programming. This was meant as a way to put cheap computers in every classroom, even in unprivileged areas. Think computer-for-every-child kind of thing.

  • Product DEV-11546 | about a year ago

    the raspberry pi is not manufactured by broadcom. I broadcom employee, however, did come up with the idea. his intentions were for these to go to classrooms, but hobbyists and other private consumers have gotten most of these before any school could see one.

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