Several of you, like me, may have graduated from college some time ago - longer than we care to admit. Remember those bulky course catalogs we had to flip through at the beginning of every academic year? I can clearly picture the hundreds of pages of recycled paper...
Today's patient-centered model puts the responsibility on healthcare providers to understand more about their patients outside of the hospital. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology is reinventing the age-old notion of the house call. Now, that house call can happen over video on a wirelessly connected tablet.
Read how AT&T is collaborating with 40 other companies to hire at least 100,000 veterans by the year 2020. After successfully recruiting … Read moreveterans for decades, we know the value of military experience and it’s a great fit with our company and culture.
NEW YORK, Apr 11, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The 100,000 Jobs Mission, a coalition of 41 companies committed to hiring at least 100,000 veterans by 2020, collectively hired 12,179 veterans through March 31, 2012. This number is up from 6,606 veterans hired through the end of December 2011 when the coalition was 21 companies.
A new AT&T commissioned survey indicates 43% of teens say they text while driving, and 75% say it is a common practice among their friends. The… Read morestudy also shows that according to 77% of teens, adults warn against the dangers of texting while driving, but do it themselves “all the time”.
A new survey commissioned by AT&T* as part of the "It Can Wait" campaign indicates that while 97 percent of teens know texting while driving is dangerous, 43 percent of them admit to sending a text while driving - and 75 percent say the practice is common among their friends.
Earlier this month, we held our AT&T Connecting Your World showcase in New York City. Check out this blog post and video for a recap of the… Read morein-development technologies that aim to simply your life.
Connecting Your World: A Showcase of Tomorrows Technologies to Simplify Busy Lives April 26, 2013 Earlier this month in New York City, we held an AT&T Connecting Your World showcase. It felt fitting to preview in-development technologies that aim to simplify our busy lives in one of the busiest places in the world.
Multi-beam antennas are installed at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to keep up with increased data consumption. These antennas allow fans to access high speed internet on their mobile device. Learn more about how multi-beam antennas work to keep fans connected. Visit http://www.att.com/aboutus to get the latest news from AT&T.
The Santa Tracker on AT&T U-verse TV contains holiday games, music and gives updates on Santa's progress delivering presents across the world. Tune to channel 98 on U-verse TV and check out great holiday content from AT&T. Learn more about U-verse at http://att.com/uverse and get the latest news from AT&T at http://att.com/newsroom.
AT&T is one of the world's leading telecommunications companies and got its start with Alexander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone. The company's mission is "to connect people with their world, everywhere they live and work, and do it better than anyone else."
Smart911 from AT&T gives citizens the opportunity to create their own private SmartSafety online profiles that are automatically displayed on 9-1-1… Read moreoperators’ screens if the citizen calls 9-1-1.
When dealing with an emergency, first responders need information - and they need it quickly. Smart911 from AT&T* gives citizens the opportunity to create their own private SmartSafety online profiles that are automatically displayed on 9-1-1 operators' screens if the citizen calls 9-1-1, so law enforcement, fire departments and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are better prepared to help.
AT&T's new mobile phone trade-in program pays you for qualified trade-ins, or allows you to donate to an AT&T supported charity. Bring your old device to an AT&T store, where the value will be calculated. To learn more about AT&T's sustainability initiatives, visit http://www.att.com/ecospace.