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Intel resigns from One Laptop Per Child board

January 4, 2008

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Intel Corp. has resigned from One Laptop Per Child Foundation's board, the company said. Spokeswoman Agnes Kwan said the decision came after the Cambridge group's founder, Nicholas Negroponte, asked Intel to halt its support for Classmate, a program to make inexpensive laptop computers for distribution to poor children in developing countries. Classmate competes with the foundation, which supplies ... (Full article: 688 words)

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