Prime Minister Tony Blair has announced that Oracle is paying $10 million (#6.2 million) to fund a pilot project to promote primary school learning via Web technology. Blair, who was campaigning in Scotland, said the money would bring his dream of a computer for every schoolchild a step closer.
Oracle's UK managing director, Philip Crawford, joined Blair in announcing the pilot phase, which Ultralab technology research is conducting at schools in Glasgow, London and the Isle of Man.
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