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Negroponte accuses Intel of dumping low-cost PC, "should be ashamed"

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lubliana: Go figure, but the "purely humanitarian" battle to provide the world's estimated 1 billion poor children with a computer is as hostile as a chance-meetup of Rockers and Mods. Apparently, it all started when Intel's Chairman, Craig Barrett, called...

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lubliana saved this page on 11/02/2009 11:31am

Go figure, but the "purely humanitarian" battle to provide the world's estimated 1 billion poor children with a computer is as hostile as a chance-meetup of Rockers and Mods. Apparently, it all started when Intel's Chairman, Craig Barrett, called the OLPC "a $100 gadget." Whatever the reason, last night's 60 Minutes has Nicholas Negroponte claiming

abbrv87 saved this page on 12/02/2009 06:22pm

Go figure, but the "purely humanitarian" battle to provide the world's estimated 1 billion poor children with a computer is as hostile as a chance-meetup of Rockers and Mods. Apparently, it all started when Intel's Chairman, Craig Barrett, called the OLPC "a $100 gadget." Whatever the reason, last night's 60 Minutes has Nicholas Negroponte claiming

dashko89 saved this page on 12/29/2009 03:11pm

Go figure, but the "purely humanitarian" battle to provide the world's estimated 1 billion poor children with a computer is as hostile as a chance-meetup of Rockers and Mods. Apparently, it all started when Intel's Chairman, Craig Barrett, called the OLPC "a $100 gadget." Whatever the reason, last night's 60 Minutes has Nicholas Negroponte claiming

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