If you missed the opportunity to buy a low-cost mobile computer from the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative late last year, you'll have another chance: OLPC plans to resume its Give One, Get One program, in which people spend $400 to buy one of the nonprofit's rugged computers and donate a second one to a child in a developing country.


Nicholas Negroponte, the founder of the laptop group, announced May 20 the return of the donor program as he disclosed plans for a second generation of the group's "XO" computers. By 2010, Negroponte hopes to unveil a smaller, more energy-efficient...

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