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T-Mobile Still “Confident” About The Merger With AT&T, In Spite Of Challengers

T-Mobile Still “Confident” About The Merger With AT&T, In Spite Of Challengers

Right now it seems that so many are against T-Mobile’s merger with AT&T. Most notably are Sprint, the Department of Justice, and seven state attorney generals. Maybe it’s just the noise from these groups, but it looks like it will be a tough climb to approval for AT&T and T-Mobile. However, that has not swayed T-Mobile’s confidence on the likelihood […]

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Anonymous & Lulz Security Issues Statement To FBI, “We Are Not Scared … We’re Back … Expect Us”

Anonymous & Lulz Security Issues Statement To FBI, “We Are Not Scared … We’re Back … Expect Us”

Anonymous Operations and Lulz Security have issued a joint statement to the FBI in response to statements from deputy assistant FBI Director, Steve Chabinksy. Chabinksky told NPR in an interview, that “We want to send a message that chaos on the Internet is unacceptable” and that it is “entirely unacceptable to break into websites and commit unlawful acts.” Whether or […]

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Senator Opposes AT&T/T-Mobile Merger, AT&T Responds, And T-Mobile Parodies Appear

Senator Opposes AT&T/T-Mobile Merger, AT&T Responds, And T-Mobile Parodies Appear

By now you’ve heard about Senator Herb Kohl, Senate Subcommittee chairman, opposition to AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile. If not, the quick wrap-up of it is, he is asking federal regulators to block the deal. To that request, AT&T responded with these words, “We respect Senator Kohl. However, we feel his view is inconsistent with antitrust law, is shared by few […]

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Facebook Hosting Mobile Event At Headquarters, Phone Rumors Stir

Facebook Hosting Mobile Event At Headquarters, Phone Rumors Stir

Facebook was clamored for a few days about a month ago on rumors about a Facebook Mobile device. That rumor was eventually shot down by the company. However, Facebook has just sent out invites for a “mobile event” at their headquarters on November 3rd. Could the information TechCrunch was given accurate after all. I guess we’ll find out next Wednesday […]

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