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You’ve probably been told it’s dangerous to open unexpected attachment files in your email—just like you shouldn’t open suspicious packages in your mailbox. But have you been warned against scanning unknown QR codes or just taking a picture with your phone?

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One evening you walk into your kid’s bedroom and ask how the homework is going. In one hand she holds a smart phone on which she is managing multiple Facebook conversations. It also buzzes quietly when a text or Snapchat message comes through. She is viewing a YouTube video on her tablet. And a sitcom is playing on a laptop. “It’s going great,” she says. You wonder how anyone can get anything done with all this multitasking.

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Raspberry Pi's latest kernels and firmware, including Raspbian and NOOBS releases, now use a Device Tree (DT) to manage some resource allocation and module loading by default. This was implemented to alleviate the problem of multiple drivers contending for system resources, and to allow HAT modules to be auto-configured.

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