Can you build a tablet for £30? The Aakash tablet transforming education in India says you can, and it's coming to Britain soon.
2013 has been the year of cheap gadgets, which brings us to the UbiSlate 7Ci, a £30 tablet -- just don't forget the delivery charge.
A tablet originally released for education use in India makes its inexpensive way into the US market.
India will invite companies to bid again for its Aakash budget tablet project, after complaints of poor performance and hiccups in rollout of pilot model.
An Android tablet will launch in India at a subsidized price of $22. But even without the government subsidy, it's still cheap at about $60.
Costing just £22, the Aakash tablet has launched in India, where it's made by a British company. Digital divide? What digital divide?
Nonprofit venture capitalist BP Agrawal wins humanitarian award for rain-harvesting system, health kiosks.
Release Candidate 1 for Firefox 3.5 still could be weeks away, though a widespread testing day to debug the updated browser was held Friday anyway.