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Bringing Mobile Connectivity to 150 Communities through EKOCENTER

In an effort to connect individuals in developing countries around the world, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., Coca-Cola, DEKA R&D and other industry leaders today announced we are working together to bring EKOCENTER—a kiosk designed to improve the well-being of communities—to 20 countries around the world by the end of 2015.

Sep 24, 2013 by Peggy Johnson

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

Qualcomm Participates in Bringing News Literacy to Children in Washington, DC

As a country, we see education as an important business. Educated minds are more informed, more discerning and more involved in government and foreign affairs. This is especially true at Qualcomm, a company rooted in education not only by the investments we make in this area but also by the principles that we hold true—after all, several of Qualcomm’s founders began their careers as educators.

Sep 14, 2011 by Greg Farmer

E-rate Funds Go Mobile

Hats off to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for allotting E-rate funds to explore how providing students with discounted mobile broadband access off school grounds can improve education at our nation’s public schools. The “E-rate Deployed Ubiquitously 2011 Pilot Program” (EDU2011) will enable 35,000 students at 14 schools in 20 states to benefit from anywhere, anytime learning.

Jul 11, 2011 by Dean Brenner

The 21st-century Textbook

With new technologies constantly coming on-line, and with states like California, Texas, and Oregon

May 3, 2010 by Marie Bjerede

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