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Men of color can change the world through STEM field if given the opportunity

BALTIMORE -- Ayooluwakiitan Oluwafemi, 13, proudly displayed a rubber smart-phone case that he designed on a 3D printing machine.“It’s a prototype,” the Baltimore middle-school...

AG Greg Zoeller, Verizon Wireless launch Hope Card program

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller and Verizon Wireless launched a statewide Hope Card program to help law enforcement quickly identify and take...

Verizon Wireless to offer new iPad on March 16

Verizon Wireless today announced it will offer the new iPad with Wi-Fi + 4G nationwide on Friday, March 16. Verizon Wireless will offer all...

Verizon Wireless to offer new iPad on March 16

Verizon Wireless today announced it will offer the new iPad with Wi-Fi + 4G nationwide on Friday, March 16. Verizon Wireless will offer all...

Verizon Wireless workshops growing fast

Whether upgrading smartphones, switching to new devices, or looking for more information about specific operating systems, thousands of Verizon Wireless customers in Indiana and...
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