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The Future of Mobility Event

At Qualcomm, we live and breathe mobile technology. We are acutely aware that it has transformed the way we live our lives and connect to the world around us. That is why we were thrilled to learn that TIME was devoting a special issue to wireless technology and bringing together industry experts to further examine the transformative power of mobile.

Oct 1, 2012 by Christine Trimble

Spectrum Legislation Now Is a Win-Win-Win-Win

Should spectrum legislation be included in the payroll tax cut extension? Or should it be used as an offset for an extension of unemployment insurance and the so-called “medicare doc fix?” Or maybe it should be enacted as a stand alone bill. Or how about yes to all the above?

Feb 15, 2012 by Alice Tornquist

Qualcomm Applauds Release of Digital Textbook Playbook

At Qualcomm, we believe that America’s students should have the same 24/7 access to their learning communities that we have in our work lives. Today, the FCC and the U.S. Department of Education took a big step towards making that a reality with the release of the Digital Textbook Playbook.

Feb 1, 2012 by Dean Brenner

Qualcomm Applauds Successful 2012 APEC Summit and Related Outcomes

Over the past week, I attended the U.S.-hosted Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders’ Summit in Honolulu, Hawaii. President Obama and the leaders from the other 20 APEC member economies advanced a number of ambitious and visionary initiatives to promote growth, competitiveness, innovation and prosperity across the Asia-Pacific region.

Nov 16, 2011 by Sean Murphy

Providing Access to the Children of Indian Migrant Workers

India is considered to be one of the key emerging markets in the world. While the rest of the world has concerns about an aging population, the Indian Census Bureau reports that 40 percent of the populace in India is below the age of 18, and by 2015, 55 percent will be under 20. In order to convert this opportunity into a strength, education of young Indians has become an imperative - beginning with pre-school age education.

Oct 4, 2011

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