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Fourteen attorneys general will challenge T-Mobile and Sprint merger in court this week

Fourteen attorneys general will challenge T-Mobile and Sprint merger in court this week After months of statements, the biggest challenge yet to T-Mobile and Sprint’s proposed merger kicks off today in a Manhattan court. The trial is the result of pushback from a coalition of attorneys general of 13 states and the […]

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OnePlus’ second 5G phone will be a T-Mobile exclusive

OnePlus’ second 5G phone will be a T-Mobile exclusive OnePlus’ 5G strategy has marked something of a shift for a company that has traditionally prided itself in a slow and steady approach to new features. Following the arrival of the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G this summer, the company is announcing its second […]

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The FCC has reportedly approved the T-Mobile-Sprint merger

The FCC has reportedly approved the T-Mobile-Sprint merger Today, the Federal Communications Commission formally approved the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile in a 3-2 vote falling along party lines, The Verge reports. We’ve reached out to the FCC for comment. In April, T-Mobile and Sprint announced the proposed $26 billion deal, which […]

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HTC’s new CEO discusses the phonemaker’s future

HTC’s new CEO discusses the phonemaker’s future On September 17, HTC announced that cofounder Cher Wang would be stepping down as CEO. In her place, Yves Maitre stepped into the role of Chief Executive, after more than a decade at French telecom giant, Orange. It’s a tough job at an even tougher […]

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OnePlus’ first 5G handset is headed for Sprint

OnePlus’ first 5G handset is headed for Sprint Sprint<a href=”https://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-to-launch-5g-smartphone-from-oneplus.htm”> this morning announced that it will be the first network to get its hands on OnePlus’s long-promised 5G handset [not pictured]. The Shenzhen-based manufacturer announced late last year that it was targeting 2019 for the device, bucking the trend of being slightly […]

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Texas joins growing list of AGs looking to block T-Mobile/Sprint merger

Texas joins growing list of AGs looking to block T-Mobile/Sprint merger Late last week, the DOJ green lit T-Mobile and Sprint’s $26 billion deal to become nation’s number three carrier. The deal isn’t officially official just yet, with some prominent opposition facing the merger. A growing list of attorneys general have sued […]

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T-Mobile and Sprint get DOJ approval for $26 billion merger deal

T-Mobile and Sprint get DOJ approval for billion merger deal The U.S. Department of Justice this morning gave the green light to T-Mobile US and Sprint for their proposed $26 billion merger. The deal, which would combine the nation’s third and fourth largest carriers (by subscriber number) has been greenlit on the […]

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Google says it doubled Pixel sales year-over-year

Google says it doubled Pixel sales year-over-year It looks like the mid-range Pixel 3a is the hit Google surely hoped it would be. Alphabet reported some pretty good earnings today, but the company’s report tends to be pretty generic, given that it doesn’t provide details for its different business units inside of […]

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Microsoft in talks to invest in SoftBank’s second Vision Fund

Microsoft in talks to invest in SoftBank’s second Vision Fund SoftBank is said to be preparing the announcement of a $40 billion investment in its second Vision Fund, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. News of the mammoth investment comes after weeks of rumors the Japanese telecom giant […]

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How US national security agencies hold the internet hostage

How US national security agencies hold the internet hostage Team Telecom, a shadowy US national security unit tasked with protecting America’s telecommunications systems, is delaying plans by Google, Facebook and other tech companies for the next generation of international fiber optic cables. Team Telecom comprises representatives from the departments of Defense, Homeland […]

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