United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Ambassador Charlene Barshevsky were on hand in Washington, D.C. as Intel’s top lawyers recently accepted The Pro Bono Institute 2011 Laurie D. Zelon Pro Bono Award.  PBI recognized Intel for its leadership in pro bono, a commitment that includes support for issues ranging from special education advocacy and domestic violence counseling to representing low-income entrepreneurs and staffing entertainment law matters.

Following its recent launch, Intel’s Thunderbolt technology has gotten yet another endorsement, this time from leading camera maker Canon. Hiroo Edakubo, Group Executive of Canon’s Video Products Group stated, "We are excited about Thunderbolt technology and feel it will bring new levels of performance and simplicity to the video creation market." Canon joins a growing list of companies looking to build products using Thunderbolt technology. For more information about Thunderbolt, visit the Thunderbolt technology page.

Lenovo and Intel announced the Lenovo Classmate+ PC, on the heels of Lenovo’s inclusion into the Intel Learning Series Alliance. Based on Intel’s classmate PC reference design, the new Classmate+ PCs will be purpose-built laptops designed to improve learning for students in grades K-8. Based upon Intel’s extensive ethnographic research in education and Lenovo’s heritage in this segment, the PC combines a modern child-friendly design with ruggedness, full PC functionality and enhanced performance. For more information please see the classmate PC press kit.

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