Intel 'undermined' laptop project
Intel repeatedly undermined a not-for profit scheme to bring cheap laptops to children in the developing world, the head of the charity has told BBC News.
Nicholas Negroponte accused Intel, which makes a rival PC, of underhand sales tactics and trying to block contracts to buy his machines.
The groups united in July 2007 after a series of rows but split last week.
The head of Intel Paul Otellini said an accusation that the firm had failed to deliver on promises was "hogwash".
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