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Brazil: Tech powerhouse, but gap remains August 29, 2008 Though long in the shadow of the U.S. when it comes to computing, Latin America is home to a number of fast-growing regions, including Brazil--already the world's fifth largest PC market.
Brazil's love of Linux August 28, 2008 The open-source software definitely gets a warm reception here, but its role can easily be overestimated, too.
Brazil protests ratification of OOXML May 30, 2008 Associacao Brasileira de Normas Tecnicas issues an appeal to the ISO on the grounds that a key meeting in April was inconclusive and that discussions on the matter sometimes descended into farce.
Brazil's bumpy road to the low-cost PC November 3, 2005 The best-laid plans to get computers to the poor oft go awry when red tape and pricing pitfalls get in the way. Photos: Low-cost PCs around the world
Brazil: Digital inclusion, but how? August 27, 2008 While hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent on digital inclusion projects in Latin America, many of the programs start and end with the technology.
Quanta to build the $100 laptop December 14, 2005 World's largest laptop manufacturer will make the low-cost box championed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Will the $100 PC fly? February 10, 2006 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says a struggle between Bill Gates and Nicholas Negroponte will only produce losers.
Microsoft pitches pay-as-you-go PCs May 22, 2006 Trial program for emerging markets charges people for home computer use. Once they've coughed up enough, it's theirs. Photos: Paying off the PC by the hour
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