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Blood Donation App Makes it Easier for African Americans to be...

Less than 1 percent of blood donations are from African Americans. Though compatibility is not based on race, genetically similar blood is best for...

Minorities Drive Wireless Demand; Will Federal Government Supply Spectrum?

My son is a millennial, born twelve years ago this month.  When he was born, multiple television screens in one house was the norm,...

House Follows Senate in Digital Tax Fairness

On December 12, 2013, just before Congressional recess, Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX) introduced the ‘Digital Goods and Services Tax Fairness Act,’ H.R.3724, to “promote neutrality, simplicity,...

MyWireless.Org Survey: Voicing the Concerns of African American Cell Phone Users

Have you ever left your cell phone at home and felt like your world was incomplete simply because you didn’t have it on you?...

Got Technology?

 New Pew Study Analyzes the Importance of Technology in the Classroom & the Disparities between Lower & Higher Income Students Imagine a classroom with no...

Facebooking Grandma, Tweeting Grandpa

We can learn old-school wisdom in new ways.

Colorlines Hit Job on Wireless: Not Part of the Solution

One would have thought my mother coined the phrase, “if you have nothing good to say, then say nothing at all” and that she...

Embracing the Future, A Future That’s Mobile

Mobile technologies are increasingly becoming a conduit for advanced communications and economic opportunities.