The short answer, based on the speed at which the mobile industry moves, is no. But let’s not jump to conclusions. (OK, let’s jump.)
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Or why it’s silly to try to trademark the term “app store.”
Everyone from labor unions to teachers and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) are supporting the merger.
It’s a central argument on AT&T’s part for buying T-Mobile USA, but how critical is LTE to T-Mobile’s success over the next two or three years?
Some would say it's about time, I'd be quicker to say all in good time, which has been Apple's mantra for quite a while.
Verizon comes off smelling like a rose, according to one survey.
More than two weeks after Verizon's LTE network suffered a major crash, the industry is still completely in the dark about what caused the outage.
Like any good thing, the people need to ensure that technology exists to serve them, not take advantage of them.
From Muve Music to the Beatles to Apple to Kid Rock to Sheryl Crow to Cricket Wireless Amphitheater – really, there’s a connection here.
The odds of successfully blocking AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile USA are about as likely as Apple making iOS open source.
An firmware update for B&N's Nook Color could force Amazon's hand.