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New OLPC Idea: Literally Throw Them at Children from Helicopters

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pcmag.com: Nicholas Negroponte plans to airdrop OLPC tablets to remote villages to teach the children within them to read, he told the audience at the Open Mobile Summit on Wednesday.

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World's largest single-school XO laptop solar power deployment

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olpcnews.com: We successfully carried out our first solar photovoltaic school deployment in Haiti, last week! The EFACAP school in Lascahobas, Haiti now has 2.4KW of solar pv capability to charge 500 laptops with a DC only designed and wired system.

Internet in a box

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  • Internet in a box
  • OLPC Programs are a $25 Billion Dollar Global Economy

OLPC Will Remain a Non-Profit

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blog.laptop.org: The story in today’s Boston Business Journal about One Laptop per Child requires certain clarification:

Red Hat teams with RIT to help deaf children

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bizjournals.com: Raleigh-based Red Hat is sponsoring open source workshops at the Rochester Institute of Technology this summer that have the potential of improving technology for deaf and hard of hearing children.

Marvell Confirms OLPC Tablet For First Half Of 2012

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itproportal.com: A spokesperson for Marvell Technologies has confirmed that the OLPC tablet, which is known as the XO-3, will be available in the first half of 2012.

Marvell Gives OLPC $5.6 Million Dollars For XO-3 Tablet Development

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olpcnews.com: What to make to this? Marvell, has stepped up their commitment to an XO-3 with $5.6 million dollar grant to One Laptop per Child for XO-3 laptop development through 2011.

High School XO-1.5 - a New Laptop Build for Teenage Students

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olpcnews.com: We all know OLPC as an amazing educational tool for primary school children in the developing world. But is it appropriate for high school students? Will teenagers flock to the XO's kid-friendly design and child-centric Sugar OS?

$100 computing in 2010

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  • $100 computing in 2010
  • OLPC & Marvell to Redefine Tablet Computing (PR)
  • OLPC's Negroponte Says XO-3 Prototype Tablet Coming in 2010
  • The OLPC's real importance is as a conversation starter

OLPC News: Win One, Give One and SoaS Blueberry

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montanalinux.org: When I got home from work last night, my 17 year old son (Bryan) demanded I watch something on TV he had found. In the commercial I kid got a package in the mail that contained two OLPCs one of which the kid picks up and walks out of his house with, journeying until he is in a village in Africa where he gives a village kid the OLPC.

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