Audioprom is an audio sequencer and live performance application for the iPad.Audioprom was originally called Sausage Sequencer. The...
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IT in schools can be a powerful tool for students in emerging nations, but we've got to think about more than just the hardware. Here, one school offers a glimpse of how tech really can make a difference.
A deal with Walmart gives OLPC a shot at bring educational technology to the poor in the U.S. and potentially more scale for emerging markets.
Rangan Srikhanta, CEO of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Australia, has praised the government for its decision to provide a grant of over $11 million to the foundation as part of this year's Federal Budget.
The idea of the dual screen multitouch tablet has intrigued us before with the Microsoft Courier and the OLPC XO-2. Can Sony bring it to life with its newly-announced S2?
It's not exactly a $35 pipe dream, but this is starting to sound an awful lot like OLPC, circa 2006.
The OLPC XO-3, because it will be based on an existing, working reference design and the Android OS just might succeed where other OLPC efforts have not.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd last night announced that Treasury would grant deductible gift recipient status to the Australian branch of the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project.
Google vs. Apple in mobile advertising; iPhone enterprise sales; IT management and the One Laptop Per Child project lead today's headliners. Oh and don't forget the Star Wars geek gifts.
The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project is looking to launch a prototype of its XO-3 later this year. The real advantage of having the OLPC around is as a product conversation starter and design influence.
Pixel Qi, the brainchild of former OLPC executive and engineer, Mary Lou Jepsen, announced Sunday that it would be offering retrofit kits for netbooks with its high-efficiency screen technologies. As Dr.
Would you like to drive a "hackable car"? How about use an ultrathin, touchscreen, interactive plastic computer?
Have you noticed the headlines coming out of CES, before CES even gets started? There's a lot of talk of tablets and tablet-like devices.
One Laptop Per Child initiative set to release XO 3.0, a device "well below US$100" and utilizes a design that mimics a piece of paper. Will it still matter?
Does the new OLPC roadmap preclude the use of Windows? It sure looks that way, but I'm inclined to think that some big compromises will be necessary to get any new OLPC hardware out of the gates (no pun intended).
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) outlined its future roadmap, including plans for the XO 3.0, a device "well below $100" that utilizes a design that mimics a piece of paper.
The One Laptop per Child (OLPC) outlined its future roadmap, including plans for the XO 3.0, a device "well below $100" and utilizes a design that mimics a piece of paper. The aim of the XO 3.0 is to leapfrog previous generations. Will it matter?
Guess what? One single device wins this award in my book. It wins for both best and worst simultaneously. What is it? It's the OLPC XO.
The netbook has been a rapidly evolving beast. The idea was initially unveiled about four years ago by the OLPC initiative, who wanted to bring out a cheap educational tool for the developing world.
I've featured NComputing a few times in this blog, largely focusing on their solutions that turn a single workstation into as many as 10 workstations using thin client technologies. In particular, I wrote about NComputing's successful bid (beating out Intel and OLPC) to provide thin-client computers to as many as 1.
By using cheap netbooks running Ubuntu, coupled with IBM's cloud computing platforms, businesses in Africa that could not otherwise afford computers for each of their employees will have access to really inexpensive computing. Can this approach also take the place of OLPC in emerging markets?