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.
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.
Yves Behar turns his attention to See Well to Learn Better, a program aimed at designing and distributing durable glasses to needy Mexican children.
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.
Take a peek at the concept images for the OLPC's new touchscreen computer, the XO 3.0 due out in 2012
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.
Ivan Krstic wrote the security model for the XO, called Bitfrost. For Apple, he'll be working on core operating system security.