commentary Google's new Nexus 7 makes a strong case for itself as the best Android tablet in its size class, but the budget device has become the new populist app platform.
The goal of the OLPC XO 3.0 is not to sell a sexy entertainment product, but instead to get every child in the world with a connected computer. Is there anything consumer tablet manufacturers can learn from a tablet made with "cheap" education as its guiding philosophy?
The OLPC XO 3.0 is a Linux-based tablet from Marvell and One Laptop Per Child.
The One Laptop Per Child tablet will launch at CES, and now we have final images of how it'll look.
The XO 3.0 tablet from the One Laptop Per Child project will debut at CES, featuring some novel technology. All for less than $100.
Samsung turns a shipping container into a portable wired classroom to bridge the divide between rural and urban South African schools.
Ouya's Kickstarter console needs a huge wodge of cash to become a real product, but it certainly sounds intriguing.
Singapore-based Gajah International is developing an Android tablet that's suitable for kids. CNET Asia got a glimpse at Computex.
Day 1 of the Consumer Electronics Show has begun, and we're broadcasting another live show straight from the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. We'll begin by wrapping up yesterday's press conferences with a lukewarm announcement from Panasonic and Justin Timberlake, then throw it over to our guest of the day, Kevin Pereira from G4's Attack of the Show!
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.