Charities competing for £500,000 grants.
The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project has officially unveiled its £65 XO 3.0 Tablet.
Nicholas Negroponte has promised the Indian government full access to the OLPC technology.
The Indian government has announced a project to build a $35 educational PC.
Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the One Laptop Per Child project, has announced that the technology behind its XO "$100 laptop" will be offered up as an open-source project.
The One Laptop Per Child project, which aims to provide low- or no-cost laptops to children in developing nations, has announced jobs cuts as it struggles to stay afloat.
Bizarre Creations, the developer behind the PGR series and Geometry Wars, is raising money for charity again. Go! Donate!
In a semi-surprising move, Intel has stepped down from the OLPC board after only six months and has decided to focus on Classmate instead.
As part of an attempt to raise money for the Childs Play charity, some crazy fools have put themselves forward to play Desert Bus, the worst game ever.
As part of a charity effort, the guys at Penny Arcade are auctioning off the chance to be featured in the upcoming Peter Molyneux game, Fable 2.
Livestock provide the power needed to communities in India set to receive OLPC laptops, but production problems may delay system delivery.
If you fancy a long flight down under and you read this site, you should definitely check out Qantas. Internets will be available on all flights soon.
It feels like we've had to forever use a rotating metal disk to store our data, but now finally solid state drives, or SSDs, are falling into the consumer fold. The question is: was it worth the wait?
What do you do if you're disabled and want to play Gears of War? This brilliant controller mod, from the man who made the 360 laptop mod, may help fix that.
Forget trying to save the world's problems with cheap computers - why not use the machines for something useful, like playing ancient FPS games?
The Digital Divide is a gap between those with technology and those without. We investigate the problems facing countries that lack the resources the west has, and look at some schemes that aim to solve those problems.
Macs can now run Windows, which means that the awesome MacBook Pro laptop can now play Counter-Strike. Can portable gamers happily buy a Mac now, safe in the knowledge that they'll never be without an AWP again?