Today, one of the most interesting Nokia official press releases of recent describes a new Mobile Computing Initiative that involves all incoming freshmen for the Class of 2016 at Seton Hall University to receive their very own Nokia Lumia 900. The phones, running Windows Phone 7.5, will serve as the cornerstone of each student’s technology gear, including access to an app named SHUmobile that facilitates access to news, directories, maps, social media, and to peers and faculty. Microsoft Office, built-into Windows Phone, will serve as an essential academic tool for students, and the devices will leverage the AT&T 4G network to promote student engagement and collaboration, according to Michael Taylor of Seton Hall. It’s certainly shaping up to be a very exciting time to be a student these days, and all the more so when so many mobile computing possibilities exist right at your fingertips.
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