What is INTEL up to these days??

While arguably making all our (computing) lives better, faster, and cheaper and providing Microsoft a means by which to continue filling up more computational power with software glut, Intel has done some other ventures targeted at third world countries. From Ars Technica a review of their long-distance WiFi:
http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20080319-intel-demonstrates-its-rural-connectivity-platform.html
A while back Intel dropped a huge amount of money on a Moodle third-party provider to develop a "flex-page" course format that they use along with Moodle for conducting "Teach Essentials Online Course" using Moodle. US instructors pay a fee of $150 but teachers in developing countries get it free:
http://www.intel.com/education/teach/us/essential-course.htm

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