Low-cost laptop program sees a key leadership defectionApril 22, 2008 By BRIAN BERGSTEIN, AP Technology Writer in Technology / Software
(AP) -- A key person behind the "$100 laptop" for schoolchildren has left the project as the organization overhauls its operations and prepares to tweak its open-source approach by welcoming Microsoft Corp.'s Windows.
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