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This is the VOA special English development report.
Market researchers estimate that more than one million personel computers are renews worldwide. A valibility has been improved by developing countries but still remain limited compared to industrialized nations. Experts continuted to debate how best to close this digital divide.
N.established the one laptop per child project in 2005. He would like to put low cost laptop in the hands of every child, especially those living in the extreme poverty. His non-profit oganization has shipped its specially designed laptop to developing countries around the world. It's now already in the hands of 1.2 million children in 31 countries 19 languages, and one country __ has just completely doing very single child of the country.
But the program has critics. They say trying to supply every child with a laptop, even the current price of 160 dollars is costly and inefficient. S. also makes low cost computers but his can run programs and applications for several students at once. He says these v    desktops lower cost, reduce energy use and lessen the need for techonical support.
His company in computing says it has set up over 14,000 networks in more than one hundred coutries. S. says also you need to connect to the network is the keyboard and monitor.  You think you got you  run the computer all to your self and you can tell the different that you are working on some ordinary of that computer and sharing the resource and doing it much lower the cost after you having PC.
As computers reach more children in developing countries, so to in many cases is the internet. It can be a great educational tool. But children also needt to learn about the possible threats that can be found on socail networks and other sides.
M. is with the Microsoft east Africa in Kenya. He says poverty may put African children especially at risk. It's been told that hey , you know what, I can sent you a few dollars; I can comment recent you; I can buy your ticket you come to my country. His company is working with the Kenya government and children's rights group. M. says the corelation is  tring to educate the public about how to protect children from online abuse.
And that's the VOA special English development report, wrriten by J. with reporting by C.
Want to learn more about the international development than technology, you can find transcrips MP3s and _cast programs at VOA special English.com.  I'm Steve. Ember.






















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[Homework]SENEWS-2010-04-12

This is the VOA special English Development report.
Market researchers estimate that more than one billion personal computers are in use worldwide.Availability has improved in developing countries but still remains limilited compared to industrialized nations.Experts continue to debate how best to close this digital divide.
Nichalos Negroponte establish the One Laptop Per Child project in 2005.He would like to put a low cost laptop in the hands of every child especially those living in extreme poverty.His non-profit organization has shipped its specially designed laptop to developing countries around the world.
It is now already in the hands of 1.2 million children , 31 countries 19 languages.And one country,Uruguay has just completed doing every single child in the country.
But the program has critics.They say trying to supply every child with the laptop ,even at the current price of 160 dollars,is costly and inefficient.
Steven Dukker aslo makes low cost computers,but his can run programs and applications for several students at once.He says these virtual desktops lower cost,reduce energy use and lessen the need for technical support.His company Ncomputing says it has set up over 40000 networks in more than 100 countries.Steven Dukker says all you need to connect to a network is a keyboard and monitor.
You think you get your own computer all to yourself and you can tell the difference that you're working on something other on the computer and sharing this other resouce and doing it at much lower cost than having your own pc.
As computers reach more children in developing countries.So too in many cases is the internet.It can be a great educational tool.But children also need to learn about the possible threats that can be found in social networks and other sites.
Mark Matunga is with Microsoft East Africa in Kenya.He says poverty may put African children especially at risk.
They are being told that hey,you know what?I can send you a few dollars.I can come and visit you.I can buy you a ticket.You come to my country.
His company is working with the Kenyan government and the children's rights group.Mark Matunga says the coalition  is trying to educate the public about how to protect children from online abuse.
And that's the VOA special English development report written by June Simms with reporting by Adam Phillips and Cathy Majtenyi.Want to learn more about international development and technology.You can find transcripts,mp3s and podcasts of our programs at voaspecialenglish.com.I'm Steve Ember.


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You think you've got your own computer all to yourself and you can't tell the difference that you're working on something other than a computer and sharing this other resource and doing it at a much lower cost than having your own PC

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[Homework]SENEWS-2010-04-12

This is the VOA Special English Development Report.
Market researchers estimate that more than one billion personal computers are in use worldwide. Availability has improved in developing countries, but still remains limited compared to industrialized nations. Experts continue to debate how best to close this digital divide.Nicholas Negroponte established the One Laptop Per Child project in two thousand five. He would like to put a low-cost laptop in the hands of every child, especially those living in extreme poverty. His nonprofit organization has shipped its specially designed laptop to developing countries around the world.NICHOLAS NEGROPONTE: It is already in the hands of 1.2 million children, 31 countries, 19 languages. And one country, Uruguay, has just completed doing every single child in the country.But the program has critics. They say trying to supply every child with a laptop, even at the current price of one hundred sixty dollars, is costly and inefficient.Stephen Dukker also makes low-cost computers. But his can run programs and applications for several students at once. He says these virtual desktops lower costs, reduce energy use and lessen the need for technical support. His company NComputing says it has set up over forty thousand networks in more than one hundred countries.Stephen Dukker says all you need to connect to a network is a keyboard and monitor.STEPHEN DUKKER: You think you've got your own computer all to yourself and you can't tell the difference that you're working on something other than a computer and sharing this other resource and doing it at a much lower cost than having your own PC.As computers reach more children in developing countries, so too in many cases is the Internet. It can be a great educational tool. But children also need to learn about the possible threats that can be found on social networks and other sites.Mark Matunga is with Microsoft East Africa in Kenya. He says poverty may put African children especially at risk.MARK MATUNGA: They're being told that, 'Hey you know what, I can send you a few dollars. I can come and visit you. I can buy you a ticket. You come to my country.'His company is working with the Kenyan government and a children's rights group. Mark Matunga says the coalition is trying to educate the public about how to protect children from online abuse.
And that's the VOA Special English Development Report, written by June Simms with reporting by Adam Phillips and Cathy Majtenyi. Want to learn more about international development and technology? You can find transcripts, MP3s and podcasts of our programs at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.


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This is the voa special english development report.
market reserachers estimate that more than one billion personal computers are in use worldwide.availability has improved in the developing countries but still remains limited compared to industrialized nations.experts continute to debate how best to close this digital divide.
Nicholas Negroponte established the one laptop pre child peoject in two thousand five.He would like to put low cost laptop in the hands of every child especially those living in extreme poverty.he is nonprofit organization has shipped its especial designed laptop to develping countries around the world.
It is already in the hands of one point two million children,thirty one countries ,nineteen languages, and one country,Uruguay, has just completed doing everything every single child in the country ....
The program has critics.they say trying to supply every child with a loptop even at the current price of one hundred sixty dollars is costly and inefficient.
Stephen Dukker aslo makes low cost computers but his can run programs and applications for several students and once.He says these virtual desktops lower costs, reduce energy use and lessen the needs for technical support .his company ncomputing says, it has set up over forty thousand networks in more than one hundred countries.
Spephen Dukker says all you need to connect to a network is keyboard and monitor.
You think you've got your own computer all to yourself and you can tell the difference that you 're working on something other than a computer and sharing this other resource and doing it at a much lower cost than having your own PC.
As computers reach more children in developing countries, so too in many cases is the internet.it can be a great educational tool.
But children also need to learn about a possible threats that can be found on Social networks and other sites.
Mark Matunga is with microsoft east africa in Kenya.He says poverty may put african children especially at risk.
They're being told that; hey you know what. I can send you a few dollars,I can come and visit you, I can buy you a ticket, you come to my country.
His company is working with the Kenya goverment and a children's rights group.Matunga says the coalition is trying to educate the public about how to protect children from online abuse.
That's the VOA special english development report, writed by June simms with reporting by Adam Philips and cathy majtenyi.want to learn more abut international development and technology.you can find transcripts and MP3 and podcasts of our programs at voaspecialenglish .com.I am steve Ember.


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[Homework]SENEWS-2010-04-12

This is the VOA Special English Development Report.
Market researchers estimate that more than one billion personal computers are in use worldwide. Availability has improved in developing countries but still remains limited compared to industrialized nations.Experts continue to debate how best to close this digital divide.
Nicholas Negroponte established the One Laptop Per Child project in 2005. He would like to put a low cost laptop in the hands of every child, especially those living in extremely poverty. His nonprofit organization has shipped its specially designed laptop to developing countries around the world.
He is now already in the hands of one point two million children ,thirty-one countries, ninteen languages, and one contry.Uruguay has just completed doing every single child in the country.
But the program has critics.They say trying to supply every child with a laptop, even that the current price of one hundred sixty dollars, is costly and inefficient.
Stephen Dukker also makes low cost computers.But his can run programs and applications for several students at once.He says,these virtual desktops,lower costs, reduce energy use, and lessen the need for technical support.
His company and computering says, it has set up over fouty thousand networks in more than one hundred countries.Steven Doctor says,all you need to connect to a network is a keybord and a monotone.
You think you've got own computer all to yourself, and you can't tell the difference,that you're working on something other than a computer, and sharing this other resource and doing it at a much lower cost than having your own PC.
As computers reach more children in developing countries, so too, in many cases ,is the Internet.It can be a great educational tool.But children also need to learn about the possible threats that can be found on social networks and other sites.
Mark Matunga is with Microsoft East Africa in Kenya.He says, poverty, may put African children especially at risk.
They're being told that: Hey, you kown what, I can send you a few dollars, I can come and visit you,I can buy you a ticket, you come to my country.
His company is working with the Kenyan government and a Children's Right Group.Mark Matunga says the coalition is trying to educate the public about how to protect children from online abuse.

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This is the VOA Special English D

Market researchers estimate that more than one billion personal computers are in used world wide. Availability has improved in developing countries, but still remains limited compare to industrialized nations. Experts continue to debate how best to close this digital device.

N N established the One Lap-Top Per-Child Project in 2005. He would like to put a low cost lap-top in the hands of  every child especially those living in the extreme poverty. His none-profit organization has shipped its specially designed lap-top to developing countries around the world.

It is now already in the hands 1.2 million children 31 countries 19 languages. And one country * has just completed doing everything for child in the country.

But the program has critics. They say trying to supply every child with a lap-top even at the current price of 160 dollars is costly and inefficient.

Steven Docker also makes low cost computers. But his can run programs and applications for several students at once. He says these virtual desktops, lower costs, reduce energy use and lessen the needs for technical support. His company M-Computing says it has set up over 40 thousand networks in more than 100 countries.

Steven Docker says all you need to connect to a network is a keyboard and monitor. You think you get * computer all to yourself. And you can talk the difference that you'll working on something other than a computer and sharing resources and doing at the much more cost having your M PC.

As computers reach more children in developing countries, so to in many cases is the Internet. It can be a great educational tool. But children also need to learn about the possible threats that can be found in social networks and other sites.

Mark Martongar is with Microsoft East Africa in Kenya. He says poverty may put African children especially at risk.
They've been told to pay you know what? I can send you a few dollars. I can come and visit you. I can buy a ticket for you to come to my country.

His company is working with the Kenya government and the children's rights group. Mark Martongar says the coloration is trying to educate the public about how to protect child from online abuse.


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