In this week's round-up of Good Reads includes fighting domestic violence, a look at how lions survive, why apps can't end poverty, Greek youth unemployment, and the Medicare panel that decides your health-care costs.
British group Raspberry Pi aims to inspire young programmers with a computer so inexpensive that schools could hand them out to students free of charge.
Despite intensified sanctions on Iran, US-based nongovernmental organizations are trying to prove that they should be allowed to work in the country. The process is daunting enough that many groups give up.
$35 computer is targeted at school-age children and older in the rapidly developing nation.
The nonprofit 'One Laptop Per Child' foundation and Marvell Technologies are teaming up to distribute low-cost tablets produced by other companies.