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Peggy Johnson
Peggy Johnson is executive vice president of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and president of global market development where she is responsible for commercializing new business opportunities and developing strategic relationships for the Company. Notably, she is responsible for the Company’s global marketing organization and oversees Qualcomm Labs, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. that serves as an incubator focused on launching new businesses and products, as well as exploring new market segments for Qualcomm technologies. Johnson also serves as a member of Qualcomm’s executive committee.

Entries by Peggy Johnson

Now Is the Time for Digital Tech to Transform K-12 Learning

(10) Comments | Posted August 1, 2013 | 8:39 AM

Equipping students with 21st century skills requires new tools and new ways of thinking about education

The time has come to extend digital connectivity to every student in every classroom. Access to the Internet is an essential tool for equipping students with 21st century skills. And as the debate...

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Your Mobile Device: Accomplice, Not Antagonist

(0) Comments | Posted May 10, 2013 | 3:33 PM

I've heard friends and family complain about how reliant they feel on their smartphone: "I have so many emails to read" or "I'm too distracted by all of these app notifications." These sentiments suggest that the device itself is adding extra distraction to users' daily lives when, in actuality, it...

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Mobile Technology Drives Entrepreneurship in Many of the World's Developing Economies

(0) Comments | Posted January 22, 2013 | 11:31 AM

As the world has struggled through the global financial turmoil of the past years, the beginnings of a new wireless economy quietly took root among many developing nations. This new economy isn't based on recently discovered natural resources or cheap labor. It's based on the idea that mobile communication has...

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Women in Technology: Let's Close the Gap

(54) Comments | Posted April 10, 2012 | 10:35 AM

When you consider the math for female engineers, the numbers simply don't add up. Women make up more than half of the nation's population. The majority of students who earn bachelor's and master's degrees are women. Yet, in the past decade, only 12 percent of the...

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