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Spreading the News of mWomen in China

Many women in emerging regions have the ideas and ambitions needed to succeed. Mobile broadband enables them to participate in the robust, flourishing mobile-enabled economy.

May 20, 2014 by Shawn Covell

MWC 2014: What Are We Going to Do with All that Mobile Broadband Speed?

Mobile broadband connections are only going to get faster. With this week's demonstration of LTE Cat 6 at Mobile world congress, the bar was raised yet again by a few hundred megabits per second. But what's next? Can we expect changes outside of faster data speeds? We sat down with Qualcomm CTO Matt Grob to find out.

Feb 25, 2014 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

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