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Intel Chairman Craig Barrett Joins Portugal's Prime Minister to Kick Off New Program Providing 500,000 Educational PCs to Portuguese Children Intel Corporation Diana Kaaserer, +49-172-892-0686 email@example.com Logo: http://www.intel.com/pressroom/ In one of the most comprehensive educational technology programs in the world, the Portuguese government is providing educational PCs to school children receiving basic education -- equivalent to elementary school -- in a memorandum of...
Portugalâ€™s government gave Intel Corpâ€™s low-cost laptop initiative a boost on Wednesday by pledging to provide elementary school students with 500,000 computers based on the chipmaker's Classmate PC design.
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By Suzieana Uda Nagu THE 1:1 e-learning model introduced in 10 schools last year has promoted a shift in the education system - from instructor-centric to student-focused learning - which brings Malaysia closer to realising its vision of a technology literate and thinking workforce, writes SUZIEANA UDA NAGU.
To: TECHNOLOGY EDITORS Contact: Daylene Long of Vernier Software & Technology, +1-503- 277-2299, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Erika Williams of KEH Communications, +1-410-975-9638, email@example.com, for Vernier Software & Technology Data-collection software enables student netbooks to become scientific inquiry tools BEAVERTON, Ore., July 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Vernier Software & Technology is offering its Logger Lite software free for Intel-powered classmate PCs, as well as other small,...
BEAVERTON, Ore., July 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Vernier Software & Technology is offering its Logger Lite software free for Intel-powered classmate PCs, as well as other small, low-cost computer options.
Intel broadens world ahead program in Egypt in collaboration with the ministry of education, ministry of communications and it and EDU systems international The Intel-Powered classmate PC transforms the way students learn As part of its ongoing commitment to offer uncompromised education solutions through the Intel World Ahead Program, Intel today announced the successful completion of Phase I of the implementation of the Intel-Powered Classmate PC into schools across the country.
The new version of the $100 XO laptop designed for schoolchildren in developing countries has been revamped and had its price dropped to $75 per device.
Hewlett-Packard Co., the leading provider of personal computers worldwide, announced on Tuesday that it is joining the growing market for petite laptops.
Increasingly faster chips will drive the use of Wimax wirelss broadband, according to Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini. Otellini says Intel will ride out any U.S. recession and make a success of Wimax.
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