One Education, which is a front for the One Laptop Per Child programme in Australia, has announced that it is developing a new laptop for children which is modular and, which, it claims, can be put together by a four-year-old.
The One Laptop per Child Australia project has received a boost from the federal budget, with a one-off grant of $11.7 million for its unproven program.
Last week, a number of technology publications reported on a study about the deployment of OLPC laptops in Peru, the largest such rollout in the history of the project.
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