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Helping High School Correspondence Students Earn Diplomas

Do you believe in giving people second chances? We do. We also value education. That’s why Qualcomm, through our Wireless Reach™ initiative, is collaborating with Renaissance Academy, a private correspondence high school in Japan, on a pioneering project that leverages 3G technologies to help high school dropouts re-engage in learning and earn their diplomas.

Aug 25, 2011 by Jun Yamada

Bracing for the social media onslaught…

The explosive growth in social media that my friend Sachin discusses in his blog, is fast becoming a reality in many parts of the world, adding to the unprecedented demand for data services. If the constant flurry of new smartphones and tablets being announced is any indication, the onslaught will continue far into the future.

May 12, 2011 by Prakash Sangam

The Evolving Smartphone Segment – Post MWC Announcements

After returning from Barcelona, I have been able to give more thought to the different smartphones that were announced and exhibited at the show. And while the Nokia and Microsoft announcement on the Friday prior to the show seemed to steal some of the headlines, there was no shortage of new launches at the event.

Mar 9, 2011 by Pete Lancia

Conversations with Paul – MWC 2011

Hear from Paul Jacobs about what trends we should look for at Mobile World Congress, what he’ll be talking about during the "Connecting the Dots" keynote, his thoughts on the Snapdragon Dual CPU mobile processor—and a whole lot more.

Feb 10, 2011 by Paul Jacobs

The Evolving Smartphone Segment

As we approach Mobile World Congress (MWC), smartphones continue to be a hot topic with expected announcements by major handset manufacturers and new entrants.

Feb 2, 2011 by Pete Lancia

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