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Two gadgets enter the ring, but only one can leave the champion! Each week Brian Tong pits two compe

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One new laptop per child

Glaskowsky analyzes the recent XO-2 hardware announcement from the One Laptop Per Child organization.

By May 26, 2008

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The OLPC laptop: Cheap at twice the price

The XO laptop from the One Laptop Per Child project is going on sale: buy two, get one. But it's still a good deal.

By September 25, 2007

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Hey, boss, 12 percent will watch March Madness in meetings

A survey asks workers when they intend to use their gadgets to watch the NCAA tournament. At work, 66 percent say. Even a performance review wouldn't stop them from watching, say 4 percent.

By March 15, 2014

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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

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$100 OLPC tablet to debut at CES

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.

By January 7, 2012

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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

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Hubble telescope spots signs of water on five planets

Two studies suggest distant worlds have atmospheres with water, but some aren't places you'd want to visit anytime soon.

By December 4, 2013

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The lows and highs of small Android tablets

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.

By August 3, 2013

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OLPC revives Give One, Get One program with Amazon.com

In addition, the touch-screen version of the XO, as well as a Linux and Windows XP dual-booting model, will be out soon.

By September 4, 2008

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Can the education-focused OLPC XO 3.0 tablet teach consumer manufacturers anything useful?

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?

By January 20, 2012