Now that the AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile ordeal has ended, many Magenta customers may be wondering what the future holds. We know T-Mobile is not doing too well; that was a major reason their parent company wanted to sell them.
It seems Deutsche Telekom will get pretty much all ... Read More »
At this point, it’s really starting to look like the AT&T-Mobile deal is going to be abandoned. AT&T has asked for a stay until January 18th in the court case with the DOJ so that they can continue to “evaluate all options.” It’s not looking good.
The proposed acquisition has been met with ... Read More »
AT&T‘s proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile has been one of the hottest topics in the tech industry this year. AT&T claims to need T-Mobile’s spectrum to build out their LTE network, and T-Mobile is going bankrupt – best option would be a merge, right? We wouldn’t be ranting and ... Read More »
If you want something done right, do it yourself. It seems Sony is heeding this advice; the Wall Street Journal recently reported that Sony will be purchasing the mobile division of Telefon AB L.M. Ericsson. This could mean we’ll be losing the Sony Ericsson brand and replacing it with good ol’ Sony.
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Speaking at a Goldman Sachs investor conference, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam suggested that the government either needs to allow the T-Mobile and AT&T merger to go through or figure out a way to provide more spectrum to the telecom industry.
Though Verizon Wireless is holding off officially endorsing the proposed merger until they learn the ... Read More »
Google isn’t shy when it comes to acquiring other companies to bolster their already robust selection of services. Today’s acquisition of Zagat is a perfect example.
Zagat is a restaurant rating service that thrives in the “local” arena. Using a scale of 1-30, Tim and Nina Zagat, friends, family and other die-hard foodies have critiqued ... Read More »
The AT&T/T-Mobile merger may mean impending doom, but there’s no doubt many are still trying to stop it. Sprint has been against this acquisition from the very beginning. Though the company has clearly stated such, things are getting much more serious today.
As promised, Sprint will do everything in its power to stop AT&T ... Read More »
When Google first acquired Motorola for $12.5 billion, there was a lot of back and forth on why the Big G made the purchase. The general consensus was that it’s all about the patents; the hardware was just an added bonus Google might not even want. In fact speculation was that Google is so much ... Read More »
Bloomberg is reporting that the United States Justice Department has filed court papers in Washington in an attempt to block the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile USA. Details are obviously few and far between on this story, but one thing is painfully clear: AT&T has their work cut out for them if they’re going ... Read More »
It seems South Korean-based Samsung and LG are being urged to dump Android. The Motley Fool reports that the two companies have been asked by the government of South Korea to ditch Android in favor of joining with a “coalition of other South Korean companies” building their own mobile operating system.
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