OpinionGiven India's chequered history of non-deliverable low-cost devices, it's easy to believe the sceptics of India's $35 tablet
The Indian government has announced that will soon be offering students a £23 touchscreen laptop, stating that it will be pushed out to higher education institutions in 2011.
OLPC is set to launch its new tablet PC product at CES in Las Vegas this coming January, according to the latest reports from the educational technology foundation.
One charity has taken on the biggest companies in the world and changed the face of technology. But will the One Laptop Per Child project ever be branded a success?
A new survey of 35,000 people worldwide suggests that access to computers, the internet and communications devices such as mobile phones increases people's sense of happiness and wellbeing.
ExclusiveOne Laptop per Child (OLPC) has recently announced an exciting new partnership in East Africa, with newly-ambitious plans to deliver 30 million laptops to primary school children across the region by 2015.
Intel has introduced the latest design of its low-cost, education-focused Classmate PC this week, with the emphasis on developing an ecosystem around the needs of younger children in primary education.
Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop per Child (OLPC) Foundation and the e-ink screen tech wizards at Pixel Qi Corporation have signed a permanent and royalty-free cross-licensing agreement which allows both organisations to share and use their laptop screen innovations in the future.