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Govt. to finalise Aakash 4 specifications soon: Reports

After the completion of the Aakash 2 project, the government has begun preparations for the next versions......

03-06-2013 // read full Story
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DataWind announces completion of the Aakash project

DataWind has announced completion of 100,000 Aakash low-cost computing access devices for IIT-Bombay......

02-05-2013 // read full Story
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Government to provide Aakash tablet at Rs. 1,500: Kapil Sibal

The Indian government has asked the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), partner in......

12-02-2013 // read full Story
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DataWind and UN launch app development contest for women's empowerment

DataWind and the United Nations Office for Partnerships in coordination with the other international......

11-01-2013 // read full Story
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Aakash 3 to feature SIM card slot, open source OS: Report

The Aakash 3, the next generation of India's ultra low-cost Aakash tablet, will come with a range of......

31-12-2012 // read full Story
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Aakash to empower billions left out of digital age: DataWind CEO [Interview]

DataWind has played a key role in helping the Indian government realise its ambitious ultra-low-cost......

20-12-2012 // read full Story
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It DOES matter where Aakash 2 is manufactured: poll reveals

India's ambitious ultra low-cost Aakash tablet PC is no stranger to controversies. Despite the efforts......

12-12-2012 // read full Story
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Aakash 2 tablet to cost $35 with Indian manufacturing: Kapil Sibal

Union minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday said that the price of the Aakash 2 tablet will be brought down......

12-12-2012 // read full Story
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Aakash 2's first lot not for students but for empowerment of teachers: Govt.

Students may have to wait longer to get their hands on the ultra low-cost Aakash 2. The Indian government......

06-12-2012 // read full Story
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Hands on with the $20 Indian Android tablet

The cheapest Android tablet I've ever seen costs $20, with a $2 per month unlimited data plan, and I'm......

01-12-2012 // read full Story
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