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Traxxas XO-1: A radio-controlled supercar

Traxxas says its XO-1 is the fastest R/C car in the world.

By December 2, 2011


Unboxing OLPC's XO-1 laptop

Glaskowsky takes his first look at the OLPC laptop and provides his analysis of the machine's physical design as well as some early battery-life benchmark results.

By December 29, 2007


Android games console Ouya wants $950k to become real

Ouya's Kickstarter console needs a huge wodge of cash to become a real product, but it certainly sounds intriguing.

By July 10, 2012


OLPC XO 3.0 £70 tablet to launch at CES

The One Laptop Per Child tablet will launch at CES, and now we have final images of how it'll look.

By January 8, 2012


Marvell backs ambitious $100 OLPC tablet

The One Laptop Per Child foundation's futuristic vision of an inexpensive tablet computer for children of developing nations is closer to reality, thanks to a partnership with manufacturer Marvell.

By May 27, 2010


OLPC operating system free on a stick

Sugar Labs, which builds the XO-1 OS for One Laptop Per Child machines, is offering it for free downloading onto any USB stick greater than 1GB.

By June 29, 2009


OLPC XO-3: An impossible $75 fantasy tablet

One Laptop Per Child has spun gold out of straw with its latest design--a semi-flexible plastic, ultrathin, multitouch, backlit tablet that can also function as an e-reader and camera.

By December 23, 2009


The seven worst netbooks ever

We've come across some truly terrible netbooks in our time. In this article, we'll identify the guilty machines, pull their tiny trousers down and expose why they're so awful

By December 8, 2009


Wrapping up Speeds and Feeds, part 5: Access

It isn't enough that all our devices are efficient, reliable, rugged, and secure. They still need to learn to work together more conveniently. Here's how.

By November 13, 2009


Whatever happened to...? The tech that never took off

Whatever happened to MiniDisc, SPOT and the first iTunes phone? They were hyped to the heavens, yet they never hit the heights. We salute ten technologies that never took off

By November 10, 2009