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Denise Young Smith, a 20 year Apple veteran, is departing her job as the first Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion after just six months. Smith has announced she will be accepting a position as executive...

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New FCC Chair Scrutinizing Lifeline Program

February 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Trump appointed Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai is rolling back some of his predecessors actions. The new chairman has already begun to make changes to programs that help schools and low income families. Arguing...

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The Federal Communications Commission has voted to provide subsidies to low income families for broadband Internet service.  The decision expands on the 1980’s era Lifeline program that provided a monthly subsidy of $9.25 for voice-only phone...

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Affordable Internet Access

January 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

The digital divide is real. Too many low income black families are falling behind in education and employment opportunities due to the prohibitive costs of computers and Internet access. This lack of access to technology...

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App of the Week – OneRx

August 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Medicine is expensive. Whether you have insurance or not the price of prescription drugs can be astronomical. That is why OneRx is the App of the Week. Why are prescription drugs so expensive. Because drug companies spend billions...

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SketchFactor; Is This A Racist App?

January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last August an app was launched that has raised some serious questions about racism and technology. The app is named SketchFactor and its purpose is to alert the user of dangerous neighborhoods in cities they...

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