Autism Speaks, AT&T to hold "hackathon" for autism apps

04/4/2013 | eWeek

An event will be held by AT&T and Autism Speaks next week to create applications for people with autism that leverage AT&T's mobile-health platform and ideas crowdsourced from Autism Speaks' Facebook page. The apps will be organized into four categories: adult, school-aged, nonverbal and verbal. A total of $20,000 will be given by AT&T to four teams with the best apps.

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