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San Diego: The Global Wireless Health Hub

Executives from the leading consumer electronics, healthcare, technology and communications companies are convening today at the 7th Annual Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance Convergence Summit here in San Diego.

May 21, 2012 by Rick Valencia

Mobile World Congress Highlights Vast Opportunity for Wireless to Improve Lives

One of the themes that resonated throughout Mobile World Congress 2012 (MWC) was the power of mobile in creating new opportunities and overcoming barriers in an array of vertical markets, from health care to women and entrepreneurship. Our Wireless Reach initiative supports pilot projects with this in mind and we continue to believe that wireless technology can improve people’s lives.

Apr 11, 2012 by Shawn Covell

Executive Wireless Fitness Challenge

The results are in for the Executive Wireless Fitness Challenge. Earlier this year we launched the second Qualcomm Wireless Fitness Challenge (QWFC) with our executives. Over an eight-week period, the participants, including our own CEO, Dr. Paul Jacobs, competed to improve their health using wireless health devices. And I am excited to share the final results of our efforts.
Mar 8, 2012 by Rick Valencia

Wireless Fitness Challenge II – Executive Update

A few weeks ago the Qualcomm Life team launched the second Qualcomm Wireless Fitness Challenge (QWFC II), during which our executive team is competing over eight weeks to lose weight and increase activity. By using wireless health and fitness devices to monitor progress with real-time feedback loops, participants are learning to proactively manage their health based on this information.
Feb 1, 2012 by Rick Valencia

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