After losing his vision, James Boehm turned to technology to navigate his new life. As connected technology becomes more sophisticated, more and more options are available. For example, Aira uses AT&T to keep James connected via his smartglasses. For more on this story, click on the link above.
You’ve probably heard about drones. They’re becoming more and more accessible as people find new uses for these devices. AT&T, for instance, is exploring the option of using drones to inspect our cell towers and report on their condition. To learn more, click on the link above.
A trip down memory lane in the AT&T history archives reveals that this upcoming eclipse is not our first! In fact, there was a total eclipse in 1925, and one of our own engineers was a leading expert in developing accurate clocks; this resulted in creating an extremely accurate record of the eclipse’s route. For more details, click on the link above.
An internship at the AT&T Foundry is a unique experience. Interns are actively part of the research that goes on. Click on the link to read seven interns’ firsthand accounts about interning with the AT&T Foundry.
Across the country, people are flocking to see the upcoming solar eclipse. In preparation for the increased network traffic, AT&T is deploying COWs and COLTs. For more information on how we’ll be handling increased network traffic, click on the link above.