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OLPC may drop “$100 laptop” in an attempt to develop an innovative $75 tablet computer.
Putting OLPC’s software on a USB drive gives old PCs a new lease on life.
The super-cheap laptop project meets with widespread skepticism.
Mary Lou Jepsen is developing technology originally created for the $100 laptop project.
The new machine will have dual touch screens–and cheaper hardware.
One Laptop per Child inks a deal with Microsoft to put Windows on the “100-dollar” machine.
Charles Kane thinks industry partnerships will boost the laptop’s marketability.