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    Motley Fool Sprint's Owner Wants a T-Mobile Merger, Is Open to Other Offers Motley Fool When Sprint (NYSE:S) pursued T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) back in 2014, it was the lead player in the deal that ultimately died due to opposition by federal regulators. Had a merger happened, Sprint would have controlled the combined entity and picked its ... T-Mobile, Sprint Rise After SoftBank Says Its Eager to Start TalksBloomberg SoftBank CEO Calls T-Mobile His Favorite Sprint Merger OptionInvestor's Business Daily SoftBank seeks talks for Sprint merger with T-Mobile USAFinancial Times Kansas City...
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    NEWS.com.au Telco price wars heat up as cheaper mobile phone deals hit the market NEWS.com.au While some BYO smartphone deals provide up to 25GB of data at a cost of $70 per month, discount online mobile service provider Vaya has today announced a cut-price deal that will deliver a 10GB offer for just $36 per month on a SIM-only deal. and more »
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    Aljazeera.com Facebook blocks scores of pages in Thailand Aljazeera.com The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) told reporters on Thursday that Facebook has restricted local users' access to 178 out of some 309 pages on the criminal court's blacklist. Facebook Thailand will face legal action if ... and more »
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    Motley Fool Amazon Web Services Is Helping Amazon Scale Like a Proper Tech Company Motley Fool Amazon Web Services (AWS) has changed that dynamic, as the cloud infrastructure business is starting to exhibit operating leverage. In this segment of Industry Focus: Tech, Motley Fool analyst Dylan Lewis and contributor Evan Niu, CFA, break down last ... and more »
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    CNBC In computer attacks, clues point to frequent culprit: North Korea CNBC Intelligence officials and private security experts say that new digital clues point to North Korean-linked hackers as likely suspects in the sweeping ransomware attacks that have crippled computer systems around the world. The indicators are far from ... Microsoft warns ransomware cyber-attack is a wake-up callBBC News all 1,916 news articles »
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    New York Times In Computer Attacks, Clues Point to Frequent Culprit: North Korea ... New York Times Indicators are far from conclusive, but intelligence officials and private security experts say that North Korean-linked hackers are likely suspects in global ... and more »
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    Android Central Comcast sets its sights for the wireless market with Xfinity Mobile Android Central In its ever-present quest for wireless superiority, Comcast quietly launched its own mobile network, aptly dubbed Xfinity Mobile. The service offers an unlimited data plan or you can pay by the gigabyte. It's only available to those with existing ... Comcast's Xfinity Mobile is Live for Internet Subscribers, Costs Just $45 for Unlimited (For Now)Droid Life (press release) (blog) It's Early, But Comcast Optimistic About Xfinity MobileMultichannel News all 6 news articles »
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    CBS News Spacewalkers replace failed computer at space station CBS News After a bit of a struggle with a balky bolt, space station commander Peggy Whitson replaced a failed external computer during a short, hurriedly planned spacewalk Tuesday while crewmate Jack Fischer installed a pair of antennas to improve wireless ... Failed Computer Replaced During U.S. Astronauts' SpacewalkU.S. News & World Report NASA Replaces a Critical Computer on the ISS During Emergency SpacewalkPopular Mechanics Astronauts work to repair ISS computer relay boxWPTV.com UPI.com -Tech Times -MyBroadband...
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    Motley Fool Can T-Mobile Keep Growing Revenue Per User? Motley Fool The company putting the pressure on, for the most part, has been T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS). Most recently, T-Mobile introduced a new unlimited data plan that includes taxes and fees in the pricing. It also agreed to lock customers in at their current rate ... How Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and more stacked up in Q1 2017: The top 7 carriersFierceWireless all 6 news articles »
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    ZDNet Google aims to make web VR and AR "first class citizens" on browsers ZDNet "Our goal is to make web VR and web AR first class citizens in all browsers," Andrey Doronichev, who leads the apps and developer tools team for Daydream. Doronichev demonstrated how a Daydream user could browse the website of a furniture company ... Google Daydream is getting a big software update and its own VR web browserThe Verge Daydream's Chrome Browser Will Soon Let You Seamlessly Navigate From 2D to Web-based VR ContentRoad to VR You can now browse the web using Chrome on Google's AR and...
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    Popular Science How to remove malware from your computer Popular Science Disaster has struck—an unwanted piece of malware took root on your computer. So what's your next step? While the potential damage viruses can cause shouldn't be underestimated, you might be able to get your computer back on its feet without too much ... and more »
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    The Intercept 'This is the new normal': Massive cyberattack continues to spread around the world Los Angeles Times A vicious computer virus continued to sweep across the globe Saturday with governments and security firms racing to find a way to halt what is being called the largest ransomware attack in history. By Saturday afternoon in Europe, several security ... Leaked NSA Malware Is Helping Hijack Computers Around the WorldThe Intercept Massive 'ransomware' computer attack strikes in 99 countries; money demanded to unfreeze filesQ13 FOX Computer ransomware: Are you...
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    DMV branch closures to begin Monday as new computer system comes online The Providence Journal CRANSTON, R.I. — Division of Motor Vehicles branch closures in preparation for the launch of a long-awaited new computer system are scheduled to begin next week at the Wakefield location, which will be out of commission for more than a month.
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    mySanAntonio.com Nirenberg pursues protections for San Antonio mobile home residents mySanAntonio.com A proposal by District 8 Councilman Ron Nirenberg to beef up the city's inspections of mobile home parks was approved by the City Council Neighborhoods and Livability Committee on Monday. The city will now hold public meetings with stakeholders to ... San Jose City Council grapples with mobile home park closure policiesThe Mercury News Mobile Home Parks Could Face Inspection, Increased FeesRivard Report Ordinance change proposed to add routine inspections at mobile home parksFOX 29
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    Chron.com Texas family sues T-Mobile after baby dies during 911 call Chron.com A Texas family is suing T-Mobile after their baby died while his babysitter's attempts to reach 911 failed. The Dallas-area family is saying the carrier is partly to blame for six-month-old Brandon Alex's death. Brandon's babysitter tried for 40 ...
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    GeekWire Report: T-Mobile and Sprint merger talks have started up again GeekWire According to a report from Bloomberg, Sprint, as well as its biggest shareholder, SoftBank Group Corp. have had informal talks about a merger with T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom AG. Due to changing fortunes among the companies, this time ... Bloomberg: Sprint and T-Mobile are talking about a merger againEngadget Sprint, T-Mobile once again discussing possible mergerSlashGear Sprint, T-Mobile rise on merger speculationETTelecom.com Bloomberg
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    Caddie Confidential: Aiming for a PGA Tour future on Web.com Tour ESPN Not the PGA Tour, but the Web.com Tour. It's the first of four tournaments where lasers (electronic distance measuring devices, but without the "slope" feature) are being allowed during the tournament proper. I'm also playing in the BMW Charity Pro-Am ... and more »
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    New York Post Computer whiz curbed global cyberattack with $11 purchase New York Post Deep inside the nasty “WannaCry” internet worm was a “kill switch,” likely inserted by the cyber crooks in case something went wrong. The kill switch was a web site address. If the malware was directed to attack that address, its spread would slow. The ... and more »
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    Digital Trends How to factory reset an iPhone (every generation) Digital Trends Scroll down for our quick guide on how to factory reset an iPhone, so you can ditch the data before passing on your device. The exact process for doing so may vary slightly depending on which version of iOS your iPhone is running, but it's essentially ... and more »
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    MLive.com Defense wants computer expert in Washtenaw County hacking case MLive.com PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, MI - The defense attorney for a 26-year-old Ypsilanti man accused of hacking into Washtenaw County's computer system has requested an expert to help with the complicated technical aspects of the case. Assistant Washtenaw ...
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    Forbes Your Mobile Money: Surviving A Day In China Without Cash Or Cards Forbes No cash? Your smartphone will do nicely. Chinese consumers used to spending their hard-earned cash on technology are increasingly relying on a tech solution to pay for just about anything, from breakfast to booking a vacation. And the volume of ...
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    Live Science Antikythera Anniversary: Astronomical Computer Still Puzzles After 115 Years Live Science Dating to about 85 B.C., or even earlier, the shoebox-size computer is intricate, with dials on the outside and 30 bronze gear wheels inside. Long ago, Greeks could have turned a hand crank on the device to reveal everything from the positions of the ... A 2000-year-old computer called the Antikythera Mechanism helped the ancient Greeks understand their universeThe Verge The Antikythera mechanism is a 2000-year-old computerVox What is the Antikythera mechanism? Is this world's...
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    The indy100 A computer engineer didn't have any female friends to invite to bridal shoot, so she invited her male pals instead The indy100 Most bridal shoots feature gorgeous dresses, plenty of champagne, and the bride supported by her nearest and dearest. In that sense Rebecca Abrantes bridal shoot was typical. Just pictures of her and her five friends helping her get ready for her wedding. and more »
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    6 Days Ago
    BGR Hey T-Mobile, this sure looks like a 'ridiculous' fee increase BGR T-Mobile CEO John Legere has literally made his career by calling out other companies on their bullshit. The magenta-colored Twitterphile delights in video rants slamming AT&T and Verizon for deceptive billing practices, “line access fees,” and ...
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    Gizmodo How to Use Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant from a Computer Gizmodo Digital assistant apps of all kinds are on the rise, but you don't necessarily need to invest in a smart speaker to start chatting to one: with a little know-how you can get Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant up and running on your computer. Here's what ... and more »
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    CNBC Op-Ed: Here's who loses big time if Sprint and T-Mobile are allowed to merge CNBC There are reports that Sprint parent SoftBank is once again looking to buy wireless rival T-Mobile. A merger like this would mean less competition in the wireless industry—and higher prices for consumers. Regulators at the FCC and Justice Department ... Sprint And T-Mobile: A Natural Combination?Seeking Alpha T-Mobile exec says Sprint would be 'a huge prize' in a mergerKansas City Star T-Mobile expects prepaid growth to slow in Q2FierceWireless TmoNews -Nikkei Asian Review -Consumerist
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    Mirror.co.uk How to explain the Manchester terror attack to children - and what to say about the terrorist Mirror.co.uk The UK is coming to terms with another terror attack on home soil after a bomb went off in Manchester Arena last night following an Ariana Grande concert, exactly two months after innocent Brits and tourists were killed on Westminster Bridge. Police ... and more »
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    Reuters Failed computer replaced during US astronauts' spacewalk Reuters Two U.S. astronauts completed a hastily planned spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Tuesday to replace a computer that failed on Saturday, NASA said. Station commander Peggy Whitson assembled a new computer from spare parts ... Spacewalkers replace failed computer at space stationCBS News NASA Replaces a Critical Computer on the ISS During Emergency SpacewalkPopular Mechanics Astronauts work to repair ISS computer relay boxWPTV.com UPI.com -Tech Times -MyBroadband -NASA Blogs
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    Business Insider This computer language is teaching kids to code Business Insider Though it was not yet released to the world when Zuckerberg left Harvard to launch his quirky little startup, Scratch (developed just a couple of T stops away) is quickly becoming the world's most popular computer language for kids taking their first ...
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    CNET How Google injects speed into the mobile web CNET When you're on your phone, tapping that link in Facebook to a news story or opening the browser to look up movie times can be a wince-inducing process. Even on a fast network with a high-end phone, the web today can be painfully slow and hard to use. and more »
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