Intel, Partners to Make Electronic Quran

December 19, 2006 in Technology / Software

(AP) -- Intel Corp., the world's largest computer chip maker, has partnered with two Saudi Arabian software companies to develop an electronic version of Islam's holy book and a training computer for teachers packed with the government-approved curriculum for schoolchildren.



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