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The nation's four largest wireless carriers have announced a joint $1 million contribution to a program that will help bring mobile broadband education to low-income communities, Computerworld reports. The contributions from AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, and T-Mobile USA will be donated to One Economy Corp., a nonprofit organization that seeks to find innovative ways to deliver technology and information to low-income people. The funds will help sustain One Economy's Wireless Digital Connectors program, providing 360 youth ages 14-21 with up to 200 hours of training in wireless technology, including software design and how to safely use wireless technologies while
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