President Barack Obama announced Microsoft and Apple are helping the U.S. government provide high-speed broadband to more than 15,000 schools, impacting more than 20 million students.
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who recently took a medical leave of absence from his company, and Google chief executive Eric Schmidt will be among the attendees of President Obama's event with business leaders in San...