Kids are online all the time, but are they using it safely and making smart decisions? Nearly 80% of children between the ages of 0 and 5 use the Internet on at least a weekly basis in the United States. Steering children down a safe path can be challenging, particularly if you are of a “certain age.” What are us digital non-natives to do?Read More »
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AT&T has long supported innovation in education. Since our Aspire initiative launched in 2008, we’ve focused on giving more students access to technology to prepare them for 21st century careers. We’re bringing mobile high-speed Internet into classrooms. Our education-tech focused program uses technology to help students succeed. And our employees mentor at-risk students.Read More »
Story time is a part of a nightly routine in households across America. It’s a great time for children to expand their imaginations, connect with their parents and enhance their reading skills. For the Bobletts and other military families however, story time isn’t a given.Read More »
Can we teach girls to use technology for social good? In a coding camp for 6th-8th grade Girl Scouts in North Texas, we did just that.Read More »
Time flies when you are having fun! Oh, and also when you are incredibly busy and productive.Read More »
Some say learning is a lifelong pursuit. Through AT&T Aspire, our goal is to make learning not just a lifelong pursuit but a 24/7, anywhere you are, on-demand classroom. This transformative thinking about access, mobility and content is creating a world of possibilities and expanding the classroom like never before.Read More »
Clinton Global Initiative America (CGI America) compels you to take action. Surrounded by philanthropists, community leaders, social entrepreneurs, educators and politicians, you can’t help but witness the impacts and feel the energy pulsing through the crowd.Read More »
Golf and Dreams Fulfilled: Jordan Spieth and Harrison Frazar Chip in at the Inaugural AT&T Byron NelsonJune 17, 2015 10:13 AM by Charles Herget
Despite some rain and soggy greens, the inaugural year of AT&T’s title sponsorship of the Byron Nelson was an overwhelming success.Read More »
Twenty-two million. That is the staggering number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices that are now connected by AT&T across the world. During the first quarter of this year, AT&T connected 70 percent more smart devices than the same quarter a year ago and there’s no projected slowdown. In fact, according to IDC, the market for IoT is expected to nearly triple to $1.7 trillion by 2020.