"Intel has denied claims made by One Laptop per Child that it
broke a 'non-disparagement' agreement and hit back at suggestions
that it did not even contribute 'a single line of code' to the
"On Monday One Laptop per Child (OLPC) founder Nicholas
Negroponte claimed that one of the reasons for tensions resulting
in Intel leaving the OLPC board was that the chip giant had
'disparaged' OLPC XO laptops to partners and potential buyers.
Negroponte claimed Intel had attempted to discredit XO laptops,
despite having signed a non-disparagement agreement..."
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