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Seven States Join to Block AT&T, T-Mobile Merger

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The AT&T, T-Mobile merger is progressively turning into a mess and it looks like seven state attorneys are in agreement that this merger should not go through. The states involved with joining the lawsuit are California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington. We know that Sprint is happy to see others joining their [&hellip

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Google Buys More Patents from IBM to Protect Android

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On Tuesday, search engine giant Google acquired 1023 more patents from IBM. If you remember, back in July Google purchased 1000 patents from IBM ranging in all sorts of things; nevertheless it seems that Google needs more. We know this time around the patents have to do with, “COMMUNICATIONS ON A NETWORK” to “SELF-ALIGNED DOUBLE-GATE [&hellip

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Apple begins suit in Japan over the iPhone

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Apple is on a mission to make sure the world knows that Samsung is allegedly stealing their design(s) — specifically Samsung’s Galaxy S line of phones. Apple has asked the Tokyo District Court to stop sales of Galaxy phones in Japan, and is requesting 100 million yen (roughly $1.3 million) for damages. The Cupertino company [&hellip

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Latest on LulzSec – More Members Arrested

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Many of us had grown fond of the antics of Anonymous and LulzSec in Operation AntiSec. Whether their motives are pure or not, we’ve definitely had a fun summer watching their Twitter account, file dumps, and long string of arrests. The latest on that comes from the U.K where 2 members of Anonymous, age 20 [&hellip

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Deutsche Telekom Aids AT&T in Defending Itself Against the DOJ

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Yesterday, news broke that the DOJ had filed for a permanent injunction blocking the AT&T and T-Mobile merger. Deutsche Telekom does not agree with the DOJ’s decision and for obvious reasons (they want that $39b). Regardless, even if the deal does not go through AT&T will still have to fork over $3b $6b to Deutsche Telekom as part of [&hellip

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