A UK developer has taken the wraps off his project to change the world learns. We saw it once with OLPC, where affordable laptops that could be used in schools around the world to educate less fortunate children. Now, David Braben of Frontier Developments has unveiled a prototype of a $25 computer that is the size of a USB stick.
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Cingular’s push-to-talk service may be asking for a little too much commitment from the average user, it seems, because the mobile operator that is slowly becoming the new AT&T has decided to give you a new option for mobile walkie-talkie speak. Cingular/AT&T will now be offering push-to-talk on their network on a pay-per-use basis, meaning […]
The Garmin nüvi GPS Personal Travel System is going to be released in the U.S. soon. It has begun to appear on several retailer sites, Amazon is offering it for pre-order at the price of US $899.99. This slick unit has been available in Europe for a while now, but it is not yet available […]