Japanese College Giving Out Free iPhones

Japanese College, Aoyama Gakuin University is giving out about 500 iPhones to its students and faculty for free as a part of the school's Mobile & Net Society Education and Training Program. The program will be begin as a trial and may be expanded later. The phone, with GPS, will be able to track students to ensure that they are attending classes. Softbank Mobile provided the school with the free iPhones for students. There are also plans to hand out homework and have exams on the phone. [Engadget]

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