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Antitrust regulators from the European Union are expected to announce this week that Intel Corp illegally paid computer makers to postpone or delay the release of products containing chips from Intel competitors.
Wall Streetâ€™s bleak predictions of Intel Corpâ€™s first-quarter profit report went out the window on Tuesday when the California-based companyâ€™s CEO announced that although computer sales had â€œbottomed out,â€ they were on a fast track to recovery.
India is set to launch an ultra low-cost laptop for the nationâ€™s college students and school children.
Online retail giant Amazon will be helping the One Laptop Per Child project this year during the push to promote its kid-friendly computers to children in developing countries.
Microsoft unveiled on Friday a new software package created to run on a new line of affordable, slimmed-down laptops made for Portuguese school children.
Amazon has signed on as a distributor for the One Laptop Per Child Organization (OLPC) to help them sell their low cost laptops.
By Hagadone, Zach Nampa-based PC-maker MPC Computers unveiled its new TXTbook computer today, a light-weight, low-cost notebook geared toward the K-6 education market.
NAMPA, Idaho, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- MPC Computers today announced the availability of the TXTbook(TM) (http://www.mpccorp.com/products/notebooks/txtbook.html) PC, an ultra affordable mobile notebook computer designed primarily for the K-6 education market.
By JESSICA MINTZ SEATTLE -- Intel Corp.'s lowcost laptop initiative got a boost Wednesday from Portugal's government, which is pledging to provide elementary school students with 500,000 computers based on the chipmaker's Classmate PC design.
Intel Corp.'s low-cost laptop initiative got a boost Wednesday from Portugal's government, which is pledging to provide elementary school students with 500,000 computers based on the chipmaker's Classmate PC design. It's the biggest deal for the Classmate PC to date. (c) 2008 Virginian - Pilot.
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