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NVIDIA makes a hat trick? (AMD, Intel, NVidia open source)

Is that NVIDIA blurb materialises, then it's groundbreaking.

Intel is AstroTurfing to Fight Charity!!

Remember that remark I made about OLPCNews?

"The OLPC News website in the past months has build up a reputation for sharply criticizing the $100 laptop project headed up by Nicholas Negroponte.

[...]

So it doesn't take too much of a conspiracy theorist to believe that Intel is secretly bankrolling the OLPC-News website.

Adding insult to injury, OLPC-News is buying advertising on Google to attract visitors to its website."

Link on Intel's latest crime

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