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See the World Without Mobile

Ever wonder what life would be like if mobile never existed? Check out this video and see.

Jul 12, 2013 by Michelle Kessler

A Hollywood VIP Drops in on Qualcomm at E3!

This month, E3—the pinnacle of gamer tradeshows—took place in Los Angeles, California. While the traditional console gaming action took place inside the Staples Center, the Qualcomm booth and mobile gaming was kickin’… where else? Outside of course—because mobile gaming can take place anywhere.

Jun 28, 2013 by Anthony Eng

Spreading the Word in Silicon Valley

More than 600 people joined Qualcomm in Silicon Valley this week to hear about “What’s Next in Mobile.” It was Qualcomm’s second annual Bay Area mini-conference. The one-day event featured Qualcomm executives and drew a high-caliber crowd—including industry analysts, media, customers, and potential partners.

“I wanted to hear the road map,” said attendee Jim Eckstrom, a sales director with digital security company Inside Secure. “I got a boatload of information.”

May 1, 2013 by Michelle Kessler

Wireless Helps Teachers Learn and Stay Connected

Through decades of research, the National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (NCTAF) has documented the importance of collaboration in enabling teachers to improve their practice. Often, however, the norm for teachers in the United States is to work in isolation, cut off from colleagues and from technology that can help them access resources and expertise. This isolation is especially detrimental for new teachers, who are at the highest risk for leaving the profession.

Jul 3, 2012 by Tom Carroll

“Child Survival Call to Action” Forum Demonstrates Support for Frontline Health Workers

Each year, an astonishing 7.6 million children around the world die before their fifth birthday. The heartbreaking fact is that a large majority of these deaths are preventable. For the first time in history, the technology and the knowledge now exist to address this terrible problem by bringing life-saving interventions, even to those that live in the hardest-to-reach areas.

Jun 20, 2012 by Dean Brenner

Children in China Gain Access to Improved Health Care with 3G Connectivity

In the most populated country in the world, China, more than half a billion people live outside of urban areas and many do not have access to the same quality of health care as those who live within the cities. This is one reason why Qualcomm, through its Wireless Reach initiative, has collaborated with China Children and Teenagers’ Fund (CCTF) and Xi’an Kingtone Information Technology Co., Ltd., (Xi’an Kingtone) to implement the Mobile Vision Project – a mobile health project that utilizes a customized 3G-enabled mobile application to assist doctors in the screening and treatment of children with amblyopia in underserved communities in China.

Apr 23, 2012 by Blake Tye

The 21st Century Classroom Powered by Wireless Technology

If you’re interested in advancing the industrial-era educational system into one that is more appropriate for the 21st century, the International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology 2012 (iCTLT) held in late March in Singapore was the place to be.

Apr 17, 2012 by Erin Gavin

3G Technology Improves Education in Indonesia

On March 3, I participated in a Computer Lab Sustainability Showcase and Awards Ceremony in Jakarta, which celebrated the success and completion of Wireless Reach’s first ever project. Wireless Reach is a strategic program that brings wireless technology to underserved communities globally and, through its work with partners, invests in projects that foster entrepreneurship, aid in public safety, enhance the delivery of health care, enrich teaching and learning and improve environmental sustainability.

Mar 24, 2011 by Harry Nugraha

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