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Kid power: Kano adds camera, pixel, and speaker kits to DIY PC

“Oh my gosh, this computer actually works!” exclaimed a nine-year-old boy when he booted up the Kano PC he’d just built himself. He’d been skeptical. This was not like the sleek, closed devices the boy has at home and at school; he had handled and assembled the actual components of this computer himself. Suddenly, motherboard, […]
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