You may be wondering why we need another mobile OS, but Firefox is looking to build one like none other: An operating system that is as free and open as possible.
T-Mobile has an ambitious plan to end smartphone subsidies. Could you actually come out ahead by paying up-front for your phone?
It may have appeared like the T-Mobile and MetroPCS merger was imminent, but Sprint has started to prepare a counteroffer to outbid Deutsche Telekom for MetroPCS.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS are merging to expand spectrum holdings and network coverage. What do current (and future!) customers get out of it?
The old saying goes, "If you can't beat them, join them," but Deutsche Telekom may be going another way. It's looking to join T-Mobile with MetroPCS to compete with Verizon and AT&T.
T-Mobile has introduced a company restructuring plan that would eliminate at least 900 jobs from its United States locations.
In the wake of AT&T's failed merger, Deutsche Telekom is looking for ways to keep T-Mobile operating, including issuing new debt and maybe selling off cell towers...and leasing them back.
In addition to the $4 billion it must pay, AT&T will also have to give T-Mobile licenses for wireless spectrum in 128 US markets, and sign a seven-year roaming partnership.
AT&T is showing doubt in it's attempt to purchase T-Moble from Deutsche Telekom. It has charged $4 billion against this quarter's earnings in case it has to pay Deutsche Telekom $6 billion if the deal falls through.
Following a US Department of Justice antitrust lawsuit, Sprint has sued AT&T, AT&T Mobility, Deutsche Telekom, and T-Mobile, in an attempt to block AT&T's planned purchase of T-Mobile for $39 billion.
A working Angry Birds publicity stunt is constructed in Spain by Rovio and Deutsche Telekom.
AT&T is reported to have pledged to pay a break-up fee totaling $6 billion to Deutsche Telekom should the planned acquisition of T-Mobile not be approved.
Yesterday's hearing of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights over AT&T's planed purchase of T-Mobile USA revealed a healthy dose of skepticism among senators about the deal.
Evidence revealed in a German lawsuit against telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom, owner of T-Mobile USA, shows that cellphone companies keep records of every move you make.
Sprint and T-Mobile may merge, if a deal can be reached with T-Mobile USA parent company Deutsche Telekom, say unnamed sources.