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XO-1.5 to Run Windows 7

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olpcnews.com: Buried under the XO-3 vaporware hype was more information on the very real XO-1.5 hardware that is a gift to Microsoft. Just read this paragraph from the One Laptop Per Child press release:

OLPC teases $75 tablet features, images

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  • OLPC teases $75 tablet features, images
  • Croatian president candidate caught in OLPC scandal

SugarLabs: Sugar-sweet or Sugar-coated?

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OLPC

olpcnews.com: It's engineering goals call for a (Linux) OS and hardware-agnostic platform, with transparent, free and readily accessible and modifiable code that can be also easily shared among users. The normal user has absolute control over the Sugar part but the core system remains secure from malicious activities.

BoomingBang: XO Laptop Role Playing Game

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olpcnews.com: The basic mission of players is to eliminate all other players from the game in a funny way. You control a team of creatures, be it a penguin or Pigeon or a bull.

Negroponte: XO-1.75 goes ARM, XO-2 is canceled

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olpcnews.com: This morning I woke up to find an e-mail in my inbox which contained a link to an xeconomy.com interview with Nicholas Negroponte. While reading it over breakfast I managed to spill my tea because I couldn't believe I was really seeing the words I was looking at. XO-2 development canceled?

Laptop for every pupil in Uruguay

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bbc.co.uk: Uruguay has become the first country to provide a laptop for every child attending state primary school.

OLPC Afghanistan's Pedal Powered Progress

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olpcnews.com: Just this morning we tested the first prototype - the PAIWASTOON team that perform the technical implementation designed a new pedal powered machine that can power the XO as you pedal and use it at the same time. Even small kids (3/4th grade) can power it.

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