Feb 22, 2012, 03.24 PM | Source: Reuters
Aakash, the USD 35 computer launched last year in India as the world's cheapest tablet, has run into problems.
The government has hailed the Aakash tablet as an achievement of Indian frugal engineering that would end the digital divide in a country where only one in every 10 of its 1.2 billion people use the Internet.
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